Montana correspondent Duncan Gilchrist tells us there have been a few changes in Wyoming. Wyoming has changed its system a bit to accommodate hunters who didn't get in on it when it first began back in 1995. Seems officials realized the system was all but locking out would-be hunters who didn't start winning preference points years ago. That's particularly true as regards drawings for low-quota animals such as sheep. The recent change reserves 25 percent of available tags for all applicants, regardless of the number of preference points they have. This gives everyone at least some chance of being drawn, officials say.