CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A new raffle will allow hunters in Wyoming to draw tags for any of 10 species in the hunt area of their choice.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is launching the "super tag" system to boost revenue amid budget cuts.

Hunters who pay $10 will be entered for the chance to draw a super tag. Winners will be chosen for each of 10 species: elk, deer, antelope, moose, bighorn sheep, black bear, gray wolf, mountain goat, mountain lion and wild bison.

The Associated Press reports that Game and Fish also is introducing a "super tag trifecta." That raffle costs $30 to enter and the winner will get to pick three licenses.

The tags will be raffled off in early May.

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