Seeing some folks suggesting the Book Cliffs archery convinced me to chime in. For starters, last year it took 10 points to draw the roadless archery and 7 points to draw the bitter creek archery in the bonus permits. Your 320-330 size range is a realistic goal for the Books. I feel most Bookcliffs bulls top out in the 350 range, but setting a 330 type goal is more realistic without knowledge of the land and especially with archery. The archery hunt in the Books is definitely not like a primos video with screaming bulls chasing cows all over. It's hot, the bulls aren't very vocal, and the big boys are tucked in some nasty holes. I'm not saying a big bull can't be killed, but if I didn't have a pretty decent game plan, I wouldnt cash those points just yet. If you're someone in good physical shape and have knowledge of the books or are willing to hire someone who does, the archery hunt there can be a riot. Think archery hunting bachelor herds of mulies in big, deep canyons, and that's the books archery elk hunt. It's primarily spot and stalk.
If you've decided to hold out and pass on the archery experience, you're a few years from most rifle or muzzleloader hunts, but there are a few underrated hunts that could be closer than you think.
If you want to know more about the Book Cliffs hunts, you can visit our website, www.huntwithgtoutfitters.com
We primarily hunt the Book Cliffs, and feel we offer the best hunts in the area. We'd be happy to answer any other questions you have, our contact info is listed on the website. Good luck with your decision, and hope you draw the best tag for you.