Idaho non-resident, second elk tags selling fast
Nonresident tags are limited to 12,815 elk tags, which are also available as second tags.
Nonresident elk tags sold out in 2017 and have been selling at a faster rate in 2018, so elk hunters wanting a nonresident tag or a nonresident tag as a second tag should not wait much longer.
The limit on those tags is 12,815, and after their sold out, no more will be issued. Through Sept. 14, there were 1,276 nonresident elk tags remaining.
Hunters can see how many tags are left on the nonresident tag information page.
Nonresident deer tags also sold out in 2017, and are also selling faster this year. Out of the 15,500 available, 4,427 remained on Sept. 14. Nonresident deer tags are also available as second tags, and remaining tag counts can also be found on the nonresident tag information page.
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