A summary of major changes include:
Reduce antlerless tags in units 22, 31, 32, 32A and 39 to maintain or increase deer numbers.
Move popular rotating muzzleloader controlled hunt from east side of Unit 45 to east side of Unit 52.
Add new archery hunt in Unit 45 with 10 tags.
Move archery unlimited controlled hunt in Unit 72 up two weeks and expand into a part of Unit 76.
Reinstate 390 either-sex deer tags in units 60, 62, 64, 66 and 67.
Create high-quality buck hunts with five tags each in hunt areas 21, 28-1, 30, 36A and 36B.
Convert 85 extra antlerless tags in Units 21 and 36A to youth extra antlerless tags.
Include a net increase of 2,321 controlled hunt tags.
Increase either-sex tags in units 2 and 3.
Eliminate 71 late bull hunt tags in Unit 11 in response to low bull numbers in winter survey.
Increase antlerless tags in Hells Canyon units to reduce high cow densities and low calf survival.
Place a cap on Bear River B Tag to reduce bull harvest about 20 percent. A cap at 550 tags represents reduction of about 20 percent of hunters based on prior five-year average. Proportional reduction allocation: 440 resident tags, 55 nonoutfitted nonresident tags and 54 outfitted tags.
Shift tags from nonresident allocation to resident hunters in Diamond Creek and Salmon zones.
Eliminate extra antlerless tags in units 68A, 74 and 76.
Reinstate general season A-tag muzzleloader antlerless hunt in Pioneer Zone units 36A and 50, and increase antlerless controlled hunt tags in Units 49, 50 and 36A.
Shorten general A-tag any-weapon antlerless hunts in Tex Creek and Palisades zones.
More details are available at fishandgame.idaho.gov.