04/04/2016

With every entry in Idaho Fish and Game's Super Hunt drawings, hunters get a chance at winning the hunt of a lifetime, and their entry fee helps support hunter and angler access to and across private lands.
Super Hunt tags allow winners to pursue deer, elk, pronghorn or moose in any open hunt. This includes general hunts and controlled hunts. The Super Hunt Combo winner may hunt all four species - deer, elk, pronghorn and moose in any open hunt. Money raised by the drawings provides hunters and anglers access to private lands through the Access Yes! program.
Deadline for entries in the first drawing is May 31. Entries submitted after the May 31 deadline will automatically be entered in the second drawing which takes place in August. Eight elk, eight deer, eight pronghorn, and one moose hunt will be drawn in the first drawing. One Super Hunt Combo hunt will also be drawn. The winner of the Super Hunt Combo is entitled to hunt all four species - one elk, one deer, one pronghorn and one moose. Winners will be notified by June 10.

Super Hunt entries are $6 each. Super Hunt combo entries are $20 each. No license is needed and hunters can enter as many times as they like.

For more information, including frequently asked questions and photos of previous winners, visit the Super Hunt page on Fish and Game's website at
https://idfg.idaho.gov/superhunt.

 

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