HUNTING -- Idaho's second wolf season in history opens Tuesday, and it's a bargain for nonresidents.
Last month, the state Fish and Game Commission reduced the price of non-resident wolf tags to $31.75 to encourage more hunters to buy them.
Sales of resident and nonresident tags are down significantly from the first season, which was held two years ago.
There’s no quota on wolves this time around in most units controlled trapping will be allowed.
Idaho Fish and Game has all the details at its website here.