Quota Hunts: What Are Priority Points and How Do I Use Them?
Quota Hunts: What Are Priority Points and
How Do I Use Them?
Priority points are an important part of the quota application process.
How Do Priority Points Work? Hunters are awarded one priority point if not selected for a Quota Hunt. Each person listed on a group application not selected is awarded a priority point. Those priority points, which accumulate, may then be “wagered” on a future quota hunt application to increase the likelihood of selection.
- CATEGORY: Priority points wagered must be in the same category (deer, alligator, etc.) as the hunt for which you are applying.
- MORE POINTS: Popular hunts and those offering less spots may require many years’ worth of priority points to increase selection chances (ex:alligator hunts).Click HERE to see how many priority points were wagered by applicants of past years’ hunts.
- SELECTED? POINTS DEDUCTED: Any points you wager are subtracted from your points balance for that category.
- NEW! ONLY POINTS NEEDED DEDUCTED: If you wager more points than needed for selection, ONLY the points that guaranteed selection are subtracted. The rest will be credited back to you.