- 1 What is a regular deer tag in Idaho?
- 2 Are Idaho deer tags unit specific?
- 3 Can you buy over the counter deer tags in Idaho?
- 4 Can you get 2 deer tags in Idaho?
- 5 How do I get a fishing license in Idaho?
- 6 Where is the best place to hunt elk in Idaho?
- 7 Can you return a deer tag in Idaho?
- 8 Does New Mexico have OTC elk tags?
- 9 What is an OTC tag?
- 10 Is Montana a draw state?
- 11 How many deer tags can I get in Idaho?
- 12 How many elk tags can I buy in Idaho?
- 13 What is Idaho Super hunt?
What is a regular deer tag in Idaho?
A regular deer tag can be used to harvest a mule deer or white-tailed deer. You will need to look in the big game regulation booklets to see what hunts are open for a late archery hunt and what species of deer can be harvested in those hunts. Please contact us at 208-334-3700 if you have additional questions.
A general regular deer tag or general whitetail deer tag is not unit specific. If you hold a regular deer tag, you would need to follow the seasons under the Regular Deer General season section of the Big Game Regulations (check the Whitetail section for general seasons on the Whitetail Deer Tag).
Residents of Idaho – Hunters can purchase over-the-counter (OTC) bear, mountain lion, turkey, and wolf tags for the coming year starting on December 1.
Yes. Any hunter (resident or nonresident) can purchase a second deer or elk tag from the nonresident quota unless the quota is sold out. Since these tags are from the nonresident quota they are sold at nonresident prices (deer tags are $301.75 and elk tags are $416.75).
How do I get a fishing license in Idaho?
If you need to buy an Idaho fishing license, you can get one quickly and easily online through the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Fishing licenses can also be purchased through a fishing license vendor or at an Idaho Department of Fish and Game regional office.
Where is the best place to hunt elk in Idaho?
Elk Zones in Idaho
- Smoky Mountains.
- Snake River.
- Tex Creek.
- Weiser River.
Can you return a deer tag in Idaho?
Nonresident hunters may receive a refund on a license and deer and elk tags in the event of an illness or injury, military deployment, or death. No refunds will be made on resident licenses, tags, or permits.
California, Nevada and New Mexico do not offer any OTC Elk tags, so all elk tags in these states are limited entry only. Some of the OTC tags are not limited except in certain units, while other tags may be limited state-wide.
What is an OTC tag?
The term “OTC Tags” is one that is growing more popular everyday in the hunting community. For those of you that don’t know what that stands for, it means “ over the counter.” It is getting increasingly harder to draw tags through lottery systems. Not going hunting is just not an option on the table in my house.
Is Montana a draw state?
Montana landowners can sponsor nonresident deer hunters to hunt on their deeded land. Licenses are distributed equally, up to two sponsored hunters per landowner, before the remaining licenses are issued in a random drawing.
How many tags are there? A. Supplies are limited to the available nonresident tag quota, which is 12,815 for elk and 15,500 for deer. Any remaining tags as of August 1 become available to purchase as a second tag.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) manages elk in 28 Elk Management Zones and 96 management units. Idaho has General Season elk tags that can be bought over the counter (OTC) for both residents and non-residents in all but one of the elk management zones and all but three management units.
What is Idaho Super hunt?
Idaho’s Super Hunt and Super Hunt Combo tags allow hunters to pursue world class big game in any open hunt in Idaho. Every year, 34 hunters win this special opportunity! To win a Super Hunt tag, hunters need to enter the Super Hunt Drawings. By mail, send a Super Hunt order form with a check.