Toprut?
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Contributors to this thread:
OFFHNTN 25-Jan-19
Brotsky 25-Jan-19
OFFHNTN 25-Jan-19
yooper89 25-Jan-19
Scoot 25-Jan-19
PECO 25-Jan-19
Lost Arra 25-Jan-19
PECO 25-Jan-19
WapitiBob 25-Jan-19
Brotsky 25-Jan-19
bowhunter1 25-Jan-19
From: OFFHNTN
25-Jan-19
Anyone else having trouble getting on toprut the last 2 days? Gives me a "This site can't be reached" message.

From: Brotsky
25-Jan-19
No issues here, have been on it just about everyday this week. Just tried it and it was fine.

From: OFFHNTN
25-Jan-19
Hmm, ok thanks Brotsky. Gonna have to get my IT people on it.

From: yooper89
25-Jan-19
No issues here, either. I just purchased the 2-state feature a few days back to see what it's all about. Only $10 but you can get the same info off state website, just takes a little more time.

From: Scoot
25-Jan-19
Yep, worked fine for me too.

From: PECO
25-Jan-19
I just went there and checked it out for the first time. Nice site I will most likely join.

From: Lost Arra
25-Jan-19
yooper89: Colorado's website may give all the same info but Wyoming's site does not with regards to the preference point pools for unsuccessful nr apps. TopRut shows you how many that applied were ahead of you in the preference point line. I'm sure you can spend time on the phone and get that information since it is public.

From: PECO
25-Jan-19
For Colorado draw odds it showed minimum points to draw, does it also show guaranteed number of points needed to draw somewhere? I didn't see it but just took a quick peek.

From: WapitiBob
25-Jan-19
You can't get their WY and AZ data off the state web sites.

From: Brotsky
25-Jan-19
PECO, Colorado is a true preference state. What that means is that if you have even one more point than the minimum points to draw, you are guaranteed to draw that tag as long as the unit doesn't creep a point in the year you apply.

From: bowhunter1
25-Jan-19
I joined today and I actual used it to find myself a really good hunt that I have enough points to draw ,,,,Tom

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