All the above information is good. Keep in mind that the fact the tag is hard to draw does not equate to trophy quality. In CO it typically equates more to there being public hunting access. Since 2010 CO has averaged about 5 B&C entries each year above 82". There have been 6 from Moffat County in that time, and 4 were killed in 2014 or 2016. Point being, you're unlikely to kill a B&C buck, so listen to your guide and shoot one that you like the looks of. Pronghorn hunting is fun, and it's easy to get hung up on scores and make it less fun.