Questions & Answers: white-tailed deer tags
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A: Sorry for the delay in responding to your question. There are many good areas to hunt whitetail deer near Moscow - both on private and public lands. Your best source of information would be to visit with a wildlife biologist out of the Fish and Game office in Lewiston (208-799-5010). Please ...
Q: Now, I am confused, I notice some years that zero whitetail non-resident tags are sold. Why is this, Also if I bougth a regular deer tag that was good for both the seasons, why would I want to buy a whitetail tag?
A: The Department does sell nonresident white-tailed deer tags. The quota of 1,500 white-tailed deer tags you are seeing on our website is an amount above the regular/white-tailed deer tag quota of 12,015. By Idaho Fish and Game Commission rule, the extra 1,500 white-tailed deer tags are available ...