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Question by woodtick. Uploaded on September 11, 2009
Idaho sells tags over the counter for both.
I picked up an archery elk tag in Colorado a few years back.
Montana sells tags over the counter for both also...
colorado sells left overs still weve still got a bunch left.
Montana has no OTC elk or deer tags for non-residents (except leftover doe "B" tags in some units, mostly whitetail.)
Colorado has lots of bull elk OTC tags in certain units, mostly NW Colorado. All deer hunting in Colorado is by drawing only. There are leftover tags available for deer and elk for sale in August for various units dependent on draw quota/applications. Limited by unit and one week seasons.
Idaho has both (correct above).
Washington has both deer and elk tags OTC with no quota restrictions for resident or non-resident hunters.
KS Sells deer tags OTC there is a lottery for Elk at Ft Riley good luck with that!
Don't try tennessee for elk tags...there were only 5 tags available, four in a lottery and one for auction. Only a five day season. First time in over 100 years. Another example of a successful reintroduction, and a population that can handle a controled harvest.
Come up to Canada, Alberta has got great deer hunting as well as Saskatchewan.
Colorado sells bunches of leftover tags but you better buy them quick beacause people swarm the DOW offices
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