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Idaho Moose Tags Still Available
« on: June 14, 2004, 08:30:51 PM »
JEROME, ID--Sportsmen wanting to hunt moose in Idaho this fall will have a second chance to draw one of the state's remaining 64 permits, 12 of which are for bulls.
This is the first year hunters have been able to apply for leftover moose permits in Idaho. All hunters are eligible to apply, and the state's once-in-a-lifetime rules don't apply to leftover licenses. Hunters who receive a leftover moose permit, however, won't be allowed to apply again for the state's initial moose drawing next year, but will be allowed to apply again for any leftover permits.
Any permits still leftover after the state's second moose drawing will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Nonresident quotas and waiting period restrictions don't apply in the second drawing or leftover sales.
The application deadline for Idaho's second moose drawing is June 25, and if drawn, sportsmen will be notified by July 10. All applicants must pay the entire permit fee when applying, and all but the state's $6.50 application fee will be refunded to those who don't draw a tag.
Hunters may apply at Idaho Fish and Game offices or state license vendors by using a credit card. Applications can also be made by telephone or on the Internet. Telephone applications may be made by calling (800) 554-8685, and online applications may be submitted through
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