Does any of this make sense to anybody else? Every summary for every 200 series draw hunt, states that the lowest amount of points entered into each draw was 1 point and not 0. Does that mean that nobody with 0 points in any hunt was entered into any draw. Or does it mean that if you technically had 0 points........ it is considered 1 point in the computer program. I find it hard to believe that nobody with 0 points applied for any hunt at all. With that being said, My 1 point should have been listed in the 2 point column because it was my 2nd year without a draw tag (2010/2011). My last Desolation tag was 2009. Here is the link with the numbers.
Everybody in our hunt party of 5 people had 1 point each for an even 1 point average for the 2011 250x hunt. We now have a 2 point average for 2012.
Now here is where I am a little more confused. The numbers listed for 250x state that the total number of applicants with 2 points or more equaled 701 first choice applicants and there were 755 first choice applicants with 1 point or less. 75% of that is 821 tags designated for those with preference points.
If I was part of the 701 people with enough points to get a tag out of 821 (821/1095) dedicated tags and .... How in the world did I not get a tag?
All documents provided by ODFW state "2011 first choice applicants". Nowhere does the synopsis, point summaries or any other document state "2011 first choice applicants / with points only". So if people with 0 points are nowhere to be found in the summary, every stat listed must be +1 compared to what yours or my personal record states online.
What is your take on this?