Deer Controlled Hunt Archery Season

Hunt Area 39-2
Deer Controlled Hunt 1076 50 Tags

Non-resident tag quota of 15,500 total deer tags. See the Nonresident Tag Quotas for availability.

11/16/2019 - 12/16/2019

Species
Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus)
White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)
Either-sex Mule and White-tailed Deer
Either sex may be taken.
Archery
Archery ONLY.

Restrictions

Roads on Boise River WMA closed to Motorized travel. Mandatory class required - Anyone drawing a deer controlled archery-only hunt permit for this hunt must satisfactorily complete a manatory hunter education course. The course will be administered by the southwest region and will include the hunt boundaries and legal restrictions, and will emphasaize proper hunter ethics. Bowhunter education required.

Hunt Area 39-2
All of Unit 39 excluding the following: Beginning at the intersection of State Highway 21 and Interstate 84, east on State Highway 21 to Warm Springs Avenue, east from the intersection of State Highway 21 and Warm Springs Avenue to a point 400 yards east of Warm Springs Avenue, west and north on a line 400 yards east of Warm Springs Avenue to the Highlands-Table Rock power line, north and west on the Highlands-Table Rock power line to State Highway 55/Unit 39 boundary, south and east on Unit 39 boundary to the point of beginning. Area Size: 1,522,515 acres
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More information about the Game Management Unit(s) in this hunt: 39

Drawing Odds for 1st & 2nd Choice Applicants (controlled hunts only)

Hunt Information 1st Choice 2nd Choice Total
Year Hunt# Area Draw* Applicants Permits Awarded Success% Applicants Permits Awarded Success% Total Awarded Permit Quota
2019 1076 39-2 1 226 50 22 98 0 0 50 50
Source: Drawing Odds Database
* Beginning in 2004, a second drawing was held for unclaimed tags.

Drawing Odds for Resident & NonResident Applicants (controlled hunts only)

Hunt Information Resident NonResident Total
Year Hunt# Area Draw* 1st Choice Applicants Permits Awarded 1st Choice Success% 1st Choice Applicants Permits Awarded 1st Choice Success% Total Awarded Permit Quota
2019 1076 39-2 1 196 45 23 30 5 17 50 50
Source: Drawing Odds Database
* Beginning in 2004, a second drawing was held for unclaimed tags.

Resident Tags and Permits

  • Adult Deer Tag
  • Jr./Sr./DAV Deer Tag
  • Archery Permit
  • Controlled Hunt Application Fee
  • Handicapped Archery Permit* (permit for use of a crossbow during archery-only seasons)
  • Handicapped Motor Vehicle Permit*

NonResident Tags and Permits

  • Junior Mentored Deer Tag
  • Adult Deer Tag
  • Archery Permit
  • Controlled Hunt Application Fee
  • Handicapped Motor Vehicle Permit*
  • Handicapped Archery Permit* (permit for use of a crossbow during archery-only seasons)

A valid hunting license is required for all hunting and trapping activities.
* Indicates this item is optional.

Where to purchase

Learn more about IDFG Licenses, Tags & Permits
 

Surface Management

For government land, these data show the managing agency of the land, which may or not be the same as the owning agency.

Graph illustrating 60.13 percent U.S. Forest Service (USFS) 915,452 acres   60.1%
Graph illustrating 21.34 percent Private 324,896 acres   21.3%
Graph illustrating 9.34 percent U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) 142,156 acres   9.3%
Graph illustrating 5.81 percent State of Idaho 88,419 acres   5.8%
Graph illustrating 1.62 percent U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) 24,728 acres   1.6%
Graph illustrating 1.36 percent State of Idaho 20,688 acres   1.4%
Graph illustrating 0.22 percent Other 3,355 acres   0.2%
Graph illustrating 0.18 percent U.S. Military 2,669 acres   0.2%
Graph illustrating 0.01 percent U.S. Corps of Engineers (COE) 146 acres   0%
Graph illustrating 0 percent State of Idaho 5 acres   0%

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Land management via Inside Idaho

Access Yes! Properties

Access Yes! is Fish and Game program designed to improve hunting and fishing access to private land or through private land to public land by compensating willing landowners who provide access.

Federally-designated Wilderness Areas

No motorized vehicles are allowed in these areas.