is to take bucks not less than 30" and getting close to
a few 32"-36" bucks should be realistic.
Over the last few years we have seen five different
bucks that would be in the 36" class, and all were book
bucks, probably within the top twenty-five in the Boone
& Crockett records. This area also has record non-typical's
running around. I have seen two recently that were
sporting 36" to 40" spreads. This area has the potential
of producing some of the West's new record book bucks
and it is currently rated as one of the top
record-producing areas in the country.
Application period for this hunt runs from May 1st to
June 5th. The IDFG and IOGLB request that all
non-resident hunters who are hunting with an outfitter
have their license and tags bought through the
outfitter. This way, the non-resident tags are taken
from the outfitters set-aside pool first before being
pulled from the general non-resident pool. So please
send me all your pertinent license information and the
following fees. The non-resident license is $154.75,
deer tags run $301.75 (includes $14.75 controlled hunt
non-refundable application fee). You will be notified by
the beginning of July if you draw. Without trying to
confuse people, I do have two outfitter allocated tags
in Unit 40. and one allocated tag in
Unit 42. Call for more details.
this hunt we will get around with the use of ATVís as
well as on foot. We will be doing a lot of glassing so
good optics are a must. It's a 7-day hunt with a day in
and a day out for a total of nine days. The hunt is
November 1st - 24th (1 on 1) and the cost is $4500.00. I
will finalize the actual 7 days of the hunt by
mid-summer depending on how many hunters have drawn.