Have you always wanted to hunt deer in Iowa, the land of those legendary bucks that grow antlers like elk?
Here’s a chance to bid in an online auction that will benefit Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry.
Half of the hunt cost goes to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The other will benefit FHFH, which operates nationally to transform surplus venison into meals for the needy. The tag is good for the 2014 or 2015 season, so you can hunt now or make a detailed plan for next year.
Still want to hunt giant whitetails during the rut in Iowa? Here’s your chance! The Cornbelt chapter of Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry has the last Iowa Non-Resident Deer Tags available for the 2014 season made available by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The successful bidder will receive one either sex and one antlerless only tag. These tags can be used statewide in any deer zone for any one of the following seasons: archery, gun season one, gun season two, or late muzzleloader.