And, finally, back in February, we told you about the Idaho Fish and Game Commission's decision to implement a preference point system in Idaho, with hunters able to begin accumulating preference points in 2006. Well, it seems that the Idaho legislature didn't agree. The legislature refused to allow the Fish and Game Department to increase hunter application fees to cover the cost of implementing the system, forcing Commissioners to either divert funds from other programs, or not implement the program until there is support in the legislature. Although that means preference points won't be in the mix for 2006/2007, there's still the possibility it may be implemented in the future. We'll keep you posted.