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Deer hunters killed 66,925 deer in 2016 (mule deer and whitetails), down slightly from the previous year, but still a respectable 36 percent success rate statewide, including 34 percent in general hunts.

While last winter’s mule deer fawn survival was well below average, it was still not catastrophic to the overall mule deer population.Deer and elk weathered repeated snowstorms and snow depths not normally found on their traditional winter range, coupled with Arctic temperatures.That prompted Fish and Game officials to launch a massive feeding effort that included up to 13,000 deer and 12,000 elk.Word has gotten out that big-game hunting in Idaho has improved because the nonresident deer tags sold out last year for the first time since 2008, and only 300 nonresident elk tags (out of 10,415 available) remained unsold.The 2017 tags are selling faster, and at current pace, Fish and Game could sell all the nonresident deer and nonresident elk tags by the end of October.

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