From Idaho Fish and Game
-- Mandatory hunter reports in Idaho will be web-based this year. Most hunters will not receive paper copies to return. All deer, elk and pronghorn hunters must complete and submit a report for each tag issued within 10 days of harvest or within 10 days of the close of the season for which the tag was valid.
Fish and Game officials say web-based digital reporting is cheaper, more accurate, and results are available sooner. Hunters who supply a valid e-mail get verification they complied with the reporting requirement and will be in the drawing for 10 super tags.
Hunters will need their hunting license or tag number. To submit the harvest report online go to https://id.outdoorcentral.us/id/HunterReporting/welcome or to http://fishandgame.idaho.gov, and click on the orange Hunter Report logo below the photo.
Hunters will be asked to enter the number of days hunted in each game management unit and season, the date of any harvest and the unit it was taken in, the sex, and number of points on each side of antlers or length of pronghorn horns in inches, and the type of weapon used.
Hunters who file online can see the data as it will go into the database to verify it is correct. Summaries of last year's big game hunts are available at http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/cms/hunt/misc/species.cfm#biggame.
For questions about filing a harvest report, call the Fish and Game Wildlife Bureau at (208)334-2920. To file reports on other species contact a regional Fish and Game office.