Point banking in short is where applicants can use their pref pts to draw multiple tags rather than using them all for just 1 tag. If you have more pref pts than what it takes to draw a particular unit you will be allowed to keep the additional pref pts for another draw.
In reality this allows applicants to use their pref pts for more than 1 tag....which in turn will drive the number of pref pts it takes to draw low pref pt units. If you've heard of "point creeping" you could actually call this "point leaping" in units that currently only take 0 to 10 pref pts to draw!
Most of the toughest units in Colo to draw 2, 10, and 201 will hardly be effected because there are so few tags and so few applicants that apply for these units. The units that will be effected the most are the low to middle range units that currently are within most applicants grasp for drawing.
Here's a website with the proportion of hunters at each pref pt category. http://cpw.state.co.us/Documents/Hun...efPtsbyRes.pdf
Notice that 60 to 75% of applicants have 2 or less pref pts to draw. If point banking is available this would change dramatically! This is a HORRIBLE idea in Colorado!