Press Release

Hunters still have a second chance at big game controlled hunt tags and Super Hunt tags

The application period closes at midnight August 15

Hunters who were unsuccessful in the first drawing for big game controlled hunts still have a chance at over 2,540 tags available in the second controlled hunt drawing.

There are 1,123 tags for deer, 1,259 tags for elk, 127 for pronghorn, and 34 for black bear available. A list of tags by hunt number is available on Fish and Game’s website at https://idfg.idaho.gov/hunt/controlled/2019-second-drawing.

The application period closes midnight August 15. Hunters can apply at Fish and Game license vendors, by telephone at 800-554-8685, or online at Fish and Game's website. The application fee is $6.25 for residents and $14.75 for nonresidents for each species. 

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Results of the drawing will be available around August 22. Any tags not drawn after the second drawing will be sold first-come, first-served August 26 at 10 a.m. Mountain Time.

For information on rules and dates for specific hunts, consult the current big game seasons and rules brochure or the Fish and Game website.

Second Super Hunt application period deadline Aug. 10

Controlled hunts aren't the only way to get premium hunts, and there is still time for hunters to apply for the second drawing for Super Hunt tags. Species-specific Super Hunt tags allow you to hunt in any unit open for that species – general and controlled hunt. You enter for a Super Hunt tag as many times as you like.

The application period for the second Super Hunt drawing runs through Aug. 10. Super Hunt entries are $6 each. Super Hunt Combo entries are $20 each.

The second drawing will be for two elk, two deer, and two pronghorn, and one moose hunt. One Super Hunt Combo entry also will be drawn that entitles the winner to hunt all four species - elk, deer, pronghorn and moose. Winners will be notified by Aug. 20.

Hunters may enter the drawings at license vendors, Fish and Game offices, online at idfg.idaho.gov/superhunt, or by calling 1-800-554-8685.