Yep, it sure is. Even in the hardest to draw units there are tags allotted to the random draw where a person with no PPs has the same chance to draw as the next guy. Also, a number of units where there is a lot of private land have leftover tags after that draw that go on sale on a first come first serve basis in July. Unit 23 near Gillette is one I can think of that has hundreds of leftover tags. There are even some units that allow a person to take two buck and you can also buy up to 4 doe/fawn tags in a combination of two units in certain areas. There is generally some public land available, but it's best to try and find a ranch that you can pay an access fee to hunt the property on a number of unit like that one.
To get a list of ranchers that allow access for a fee the best thing to do is call the area G&F Office closest to where you want to hunt. Just be aware that more and more of the ranchers are leasing their places to outfitters and then they charge top dollar to get on the places. It may take you a number of calls to find a place, but there are some and there are also HMA (Hunter Management Areas requiring paperwork for access) and WIHAs (Walkin Hunting Areas that are posted with perimeter signs and you just park and walk in) listed on the website and those are private properties that the G&F pays the ranchers to allow hunting for free.
I often use fresh earth dryer sheets while drying my clothes, after washing them in scent free soap. At some point I started putting these dryer sheets in the plastic tubs that I store my hunting clothes in. This seems to work very will. Anytime I pull my clothes out of the box they reek of fresh earth.
I'm too tight to be buying a bunch of scent loc, which I don't believe in. So this is a good and cheap alternative. I like it so much I even toss one in my backpack to help cover the...