I'm a bit confused, you're talking about doe licenses but you're also talking about preference points. I don't know much about your point situation since residents don't have points, just random draw, but I'm fairly sure points are only applicable to "any antelope" licenses which are much harder to get I'm sure than a type 6 or type 7 (doe/fawn) license, not to mention much more costly especially for a non-resident. Also, there certainly are youth licenses available for non-residents.A friend and I want to take our daughters out to Wyoming this year to hunt antelope. I have 7 points and my buddy has 8. I've been looking at the '20 odds and my head is spinning. I was hoping to find an area where we can apply (all four of us) for either doe, or split up the points for all of us leaving <4 each? Our daughters are 16 & 17 and I don't see anything for youth. I've hunted in area's 106 and 68 in the past and neither have a doe tag and we have no where near the points needed. Any suggestions for trying to make something work with the kids?