I was at the check station today from about 3:45 to 5:45, and no elk were brought in by hunters during that time. Between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, 13 elk were brought in.
It was kind of a slow day, but my guess is that the guides who are guiding multiple hunters are staying out until everyone is finished. So, I'm guessing first thing in the morning, some will show up.
While I was there, one old cow elk was brought in by the PGC. It was collared, but in very poor condition and very emaciated. It also had a broken leg, but I don't know what caused that.
"When you put a buck on your wall, it links you to those guys who painted the walls of caves." --Me.