Hunt Area 1
Hunt areas are numbered sequentially by year and species. The unfortunate result is that a 2010 Deer Hunt Area 1-1 may not have the same boundary as a 2009 Deer Hunt Area 1-1 or even 2010 Elk Hunt Area 1-1. To be clear, always check the hunt area boundary to see if they match. For querying historical statistics you can use the huntplanner, drawing odds search and harvest statistics search tools on this site which do a rough match of historical hunt areas by units, species, weapons and other factors to allow comparison.
That portion of Unit 1 within the following boundary: Beginning at the Idaho/Washington state line where it intersects the Pend Oreille River, then northward along the Idaho/Washington state line to the Lamb Creek drainage, then southeasterly along the northern edge of the Lamb Creek divide to Priest Lake, then along the southern shore of Priest Lake to the Soldier Creek drainage, then easterly along the northern edge of the Soldier Creek drainage to the Selkirk Divide, then southerly along the Selkirk Divide to Baldy Mountain, then easterly along Little Sand Creek to the Pend Oreille River, then westerly along the northern shore of the Pend Oreille River to the point of beginning AND that portion of Unit 1 within the following boundary: Beginning at the confluence of the Moyie River and the Kootenai River, then west and north on the Kootenai River to the Copeland Bridge, then east on County Road 45 to the junction with State Hwy 1, then south on State Hwy 1 to the intersection with State Hwy 95, then north and east on State Hwy 95 to where State Hwy 95 crosses the Moyie River, then south on the Moyie River to the point of beginning.
More information about GMU(s) in Hunt Area 1 :
|U.S. Forest Service (USFS)||34.66 %|
|U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM)||0.6 %|
|State of Idaho||24.58 %|
Access Yes! Properties
Federally-designated Wilderness Areas
There are no wilderness areas in Hunt Area 1.
|Dryland Agriculture||19.91 %|