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Old 02-09-2021, 04:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey so I'm a youth and as far as I know youth have better draw odds. Do the draw numbers from 2020 on the DWR website included youth in those numbers?
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Yes, in general youth have better draw odds. Here is the link to the 2020 draw results:

https://wildlife.utah.gov/pdf/bg/202...dds_report.pdf

Don't take these as gospel though. Look through the past 3-4 years to see where the trends are headed. You can find them on the Big Game page of the DWR website.
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Hey so I'm a youth and as far as I know youth have better draw odds. Do the draw numbers from 2020 on the DWR website included youth in those numbers?
Odds are better, but it depends on what you put in for. If you put in for the general rifle which allows you to hunt all three hunts, the odds can go down. Especially with the reduction in general season deer hunting permits that will likely be reduced more this year. If youth put in for archery or black powder, I am sure the odds are even better. But then you will be limited to just the one hunt option. Good luck!
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