How does the 10 percent rule work in regards to nonresidents drawing controlled hunt permits?

Answer: 

Nonresidents may draw up to no more than 10 percent of the tags in an individual hunt and no more than 10 percent of the tags for the species. This is not a guaranteed set number of tags to be given to nonresidents. The drawing is a random draw and the 10 percent number may not be met in all hunts. The exception to this rule is unlimited hunts and the second drawing for unclaimed or leftover undersubscribed hunts. In controlled hunts with 10 or fewer tags, not more than one nonresident tag may be issued. 

 

Note: If a resident applies on a group controlled hunt application with a nonresident, the entire application is treated as a nonresident application.

Answered on: 
February 29, 2012 - 7:58am