Applicants may only obtain one tag per species in a year. This means that eligible persons may apply for all categories of a species but only obtain one (1) tag of that species during the current year’s season. This includes Silver State and PIW specialty tag options.
- Junior, Antlered, and Antlerless Mule Deer
- Antlered, Antlerless, Depredation, and Spike Elk
- Antelope Horns Longer and Horns Shorter Than Ears
- Ram and Ewe Bighorn Sheep, including all subspecies (California, Desert and Rocky Mountain)
- Mountain Goat
- Mountain Lion
Q: I am in a waiting period for Antlered Elk, can I apply for the Spike Elk hunt?
A: Yes. Antlered Elk and Spike Elk are considered two separate bonus point and hunt categories.
Q: If I apply for all available elk hunts, how many elk tags can I obtain during the year’s season?
A: Only one (1) Elk tag per season regardless of what draw or tag program you receive the tag through.
Q: I’m in my waiting period for desert bighorn ram hunt, can I apply for a one-horn ram management hunt?
A: Yes, they are separate hunt categories.
Q: Can I purchase an Antelope Horns Shorter Than Ears tag through the First Come, First Served program if I drew an Antelope Horns Longer Than Ears tag in the main draw?
A: No. A person is only allowed one (1) tag of the same species during a single year’s season.
Q: Will I use my Antlered Elk bonus points if I purchase an Antlerless Elk tag through the First Come, First Served program?
A: No. Your points for Antlerless Elk will be used but not your points for Antlered Elk. Bonus points are also not necessary in order to purchase a tag through the First Come, First Served program but will revert to zero (0) upon purchase.