Exactly what has happened in Idaho. For some reason officials decided to raise non-resident prices even with our growing struggle with wolves. The Fish and Game then proceeded to lose large amounts of money the following year due to a lack of non-residents deciding to come back and hunt, and do take into effect the fact that Idaho still has guaranteed outfitter tags throughout the state, yet there was still a major decline in hunters. Now with I161 in Montana, aside for the loss of outfitter tags, the price raise isnt going to help anything. Block Management in Montana relies almost entirely on the funds brought in by Non-Resident tag sales. So now even though the outfitters might not lease the land, in no way is that land guaranteed to become BM. If Montana experiences the same thing as Idaho, There will be no more funds to support more Block Management, and could even lead to less BM due to a major loss of revenue. Only time will show what this situation will bring, but with the herds throughout Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming feeling the major impact of wolves, other actions are needed to keep the major revenue non-residents bring to each state.