Idaho has no deer, so use your tag to kill a predator

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NONRESIDENT DEER TAG – USE FOR
BLACK BEAR OR MOUNTAIN LIONlion

Nonresident deer tags, EXCLUDING Nonresident
Junior Mentored deer tags, are valid to take a black bear
or mountain lion instead of a deer where and when the
deer tag is valid, and there is an open deer season in
that unit; and there is also an open bear season if taking
a bear or open mountain lion season if taking a lion in
that same unit. Hunters may buy other bear or lion tags,
but after the deer tag is used to harvest a deer, black
bear, or mountain lion, a second deer tag may not be
purchased, except to hunt in an area where the harvest
of two deer is allowed, or by purchasing a leftover
nonresident deer tag when available.


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