I am a resident, and heard I can buy nonresident deer and elk tags. Whats the deal?
Beginning August 28, any unsold nonresident deer and elk tags will be available for use as a second tag. They sell at regular nonresident tag prices, whether sold to a resident or a nonresident. There are plenty of nonresident deer and elk tags available.
Can I buy a leftover unlimited controlled hunt tag? After all, they are unlimited.
There are no leftover tags in unlimited controlled hunts. These hunts are unlimited in the sense that game managers do not set a predetermined number of tags as they do in other controlled hunts. The purpose of this kind of hunt is to achieve specific management objectives while limiting hunters to a particular time and place by using the rules long established for controlled hunts. But once the period for applying for controlled hunts passes, there is no way to obtain a permit for an unlimited controlled hunt. There will be no sale of unclaimed unlimited controlled hunt permits when other unclaimed controlled hunt permits are sold on a first-come, first-served basis August 30.