Leftover turkey controlled hunt permits available July 17

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Idaho turkey hunters have one last shot at 124 leftover fall turkey controlled hunt permits that will be available first-come, first served starting at 10 am MDT, July 17 at all Fish and Game license vendors, online at https://idfg.idaho.gov, or by calling 800-554-8685.

Available permits by hunt number are:

• Six permits, hunt number 9017, youth hunt

• Four tags, hunt number 9020, youth hunt

• Fifty-six tags, hunt number 9021

• Fifty-eight tags, hunt number 9022, youth hunt

A valid Idaho hunting license must be presented in order to purchase a leftover permit, and applicants must submit the appropriate application fees, permit fees and tag fees.

Hunters 65 years of age or older or hunters with a senior combination hunting license or a disabled hunting license may purchase leftover youth-only hunt permits. Nonresidents may also purchase the permits and will not be restricted to the 10 percent quota that applies during the regular permit drawing.

Additional information can be found on Fish and Game’s website at https://idfg.idaho.gov/tag/hunt/controlled/unclaimed and on pages 16-25 of the Upland Game, Furbearer and Turkey Seasons and Rules brochures available at all license vendors or online at https://idfg.idaho.gov/hunt/rules.

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