Unless you just want to waste your 1 PP, put in for a hard to get unit and then put unit 7 as your second choice. It's 100% draw, has plenty of public land, as well as over 20,000 acres of easily reachable WIHA land under the state of Wyoming access yes program. The best hunting is within 20 miles of Newcastle and it has everything you need to do the hunt, including gas, restaurants, and a game processor 8 miles north of town on Hwy 85, if you don't want to do them yourself. I've made maps for several people and they have had great hunts there, but I'm out of the map making because it takes too much of my time and money for printer ink. If you go onto the G&F website and highlight "HUNTING" over on the left side of the homepage and then click on the "Walkin HunterAccess" section it has all the areas. Then click on Weston County and you will see the maps available. Click on map #2 and enlarge that to see all the WIHA land available (pink in color). The white is private land and all the other colors are state or Federal lands that are open to anybody. Also, I will have to disagree with the one comment about driving around. That can be done to some extent, but the best way is park and walk in a mile or more off the roads and use the lay of the land to do spot and stalk hunting. Also, go the second week of October and leave opening week to the crowds. The goats will still be there in good numbers, but you will need to get in off the roads to have a good hunt. Also, do your applications online because it is basically the foolproof and expedient way to submit your applications. You can do it as an individual or apply as a party by following the easy instructions on the website. Good luck!!! PS: I have hunted out there since 1994!!!