Questions & Answers: controlled hunt application

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A: Yes it is. The reason would be the application submitted was made ineligible due to a rule violation such as submitting for an antlered hunt as the first choice when the individual drew an antlered hunt the prior year.
6/26/14
A: The convenience fee is collected by the contractor who provides the online license system. The fees they collect go to pay for the software code, system enhancements to keep the site current, the hardware to host the site, all system licenses, system maintenence and printing and mailing items to ...
5/27/14
A: We are guessing that you are asking about the super hunt drawings based on the mention of the May 31 deadline. Applications not selected in the first super hunt drawing held in June do not go into the second drawing held in August. Only those applications purchased from June 1 through August 10 ...
5/17/14
A: Each application is assigned a number.  The application is entered into the drawing system one time regardless of applicant group size. If you have one hunter or 4 hunters on an application the system will only have one record in the drawing. If a group application is selected during the draw ...
4/14/14
A: If your second choice is NOT an unlimited hunt, you will only be considered for it if there are some permits left after all applicants who chose the hunt as a first choice are drawn. If your second choice IS an unlimited hunt, you will GET the unlimited hunt if you didn't get your first choice.  
4/6/14
A: You can still apply for more than one species during the May 1-June 5 application period so yes, you can apply for deer and elk and pronghorn in the same year if you want to. Going by previous year's sales, it is most likely that there will be some nonresident deer and elk tags available for sale ...
4/2/14
A: The controlled hunt application rules will remain as they are under current legislation for trophy and the first big game drawings this year (2014). In other words, kids who are 10 cannot apply for big game hunts in April, May or June. When the law changes on July 1, 2014, that will change and ...
3/20/14
A: The application is entered into the drawing system one time regardless of applicant group size. If you have one hunter or 4 hunters on an application the system will only have one record in the drawing. If a group application is selected during the draw process, the system looks to see if there ...
2/27/14
A: If 2 people are on the same application do both names go in the drawing? If so, then if 1 name is drawn do both individauls receive the same tags? Or is it that 1 name goes in the drawing and if that name is drawn, both individauls would receive tags? Answer: Each application is given it's own ...
4/12/13
A: The reason we require a nonresident hunting license purchase in order to put in for our controlled hunt tags is primarily to increase drawing odds for nonresidents. The effect of requiring a license did decrease the number of nonresidents applications, but the hunters serious about coming to Idaho ...
1/20/13
A: A person whose name was drawn in an antlered-only controlled deer hunt may not apply for any other controlled antlered-only deer hunt for one year  except for the second deer, elk and pronghorn application period and leftover controlled hunt drawings or sales. • For example, a hunter who drew a ...
12/29/12
A: Your odds will not be any different than any other application. Each application is given a unique number whether it is a group application or an application with one hunter that is entered into the draw system.    
12/19/12
A: An Idaho resident can purchase your nonresident hunting license, controlled hunt applications and tags for you.  All vendors can take care of that for you.
6/13/12