The purpose of the Hybrid draw is to give hunters a chance to draw some of Colorado’s best deer, elk and antelope permits even if they have less than max points for those hunts. Hybrid draw hunts are those that require a resident at least 10 points to draw (averaged over 3 years). Those hunts will have up to 20% of the permits allocated randomly through the hybrid draw. In theory, hunters who would not have enough preference points to draw these licenses have a slight chance in the Hybrid draw. Applicants must have at least 5 points to be considered in the Hybrid draw. Here is the catch for non-residents, the Hybrid draw occurs after the normal draw and all the non-resident deer and elk quotas are already met prior to the Hybrid random draw. So essentially non-residents won’t draw one of these deer or elk hunts in the hybrid draw. The antelope draw is not beholden to a resident/non-resident % split so there is some chance there for non-residents. Residents have some chance in all Hybrid draw hunts.