Because of a computer glitch, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game will try again next Tuesday to sell leftover controlled big game hunt permits at license vendors and Fish and Game offices.
The sale began Tuesday but was suspended because of a failed computer program that prevented sales at license vendors. The machines were working at Fish and Game offices.
The annual sale gives hunters a chance at permits for controlled hunts that had insufficient applicants to fill in the regular controlled hunt drawing.
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