before MT did away with the outfitter tags and raised the prices drawing odds for the deer/elk combo were about every other year and deer only was about 5/1 odds. Since then there have been deer/elk combos leftover every year. The first year they all sold in a few days. since then there have been more leftover every year and it has taken longer to sell them out. I think for deer only all the tags were given out in the draw the first year or 2 but since then they have had letfover tags too. Idaho used to sell out all their general deer and elk tags within a month, they raised their price nearly 2x (Idaho has lost money in tag sales ever since this even with the higher price)and have had leftover tags ever since and now idaho general tags are considered 'OTC' because anymore you can buy a tag on the season opener and go hunting. Oregon did something similar a year before Idaho with similar results. ID and MT have been hit hard by wolves, nearly doubled their NR prices, and seen tag demand plummet. Hopefully this is giving them an idea of what nonresidents are willing to pay for what they have to offer.