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What are the odds of any either sex tags in the leftover for lopes in Wy?
I've been looking over the site the past hour or so, but have more questions than answers. I hunted there 2 years ago, but am having issues getting back on track.
Last time there, I hunted a private ranch. I'd like to go public this time around.

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There will likely be some

There will likely be some either-sex tags worth going for in the leftovers.  However, you better be prepared to purchase them (at 8am) in July when they go on sale.  Wyoming has been reducing the numbers of licenses the last couple of years and the leftovers have been going very quick...like within minutes...the morning they go on sale.  

Wyoming will publish the list of available leftovers in June so you will have a few weeks to check out the list and find tags you'd like to try to purchase.  One other thing, the either-sex tags will go on sale a week earlier than the doe/fawn tags.  So if you purchase an either-sex tag, you may not be able to purchase additional doe/fawn tags for the same unit.  You will probably want to have a few "back up" plans already thought out if you find your preferred units are already gone.

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I've picked up doe tags for

I've picked up doe tags for public land units in the leftover list but not many option for either sex. Just have to wait and see what there is this year. 

I got one last year in 30 but not enough public to hunt and paid to hunt some private. Good hunt but animal numbers were way down.

 

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backup

Thanks guys. Just looking for a backup plan if the Co draw is not favorable.