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The far southeast corner of the state consists of Bingham, Power, Caribou, Bear Lake, Franklin, Bannock, Oneida and part of Bonneville counties. Big game hunt units include 66a, 68, 68a, 70, 71, 72, 73, 73a, 74, 75, 76, 77 and 78. The regional office is in Pocatello.
With Utah and Wyoming on borders, this region has abundant wildlife and scenery. Anglers may choose to partake in the tradition of ice fishing at Bear Lake for the Bonneville cisco, a species found nowhere else on earth. Strong mule deer populations may draw the curious hunter, but the sharptail grouse hunting will keep them coming back.
Elevations in the southeast range from 4,354 at American Falls Reservoir to 9,957 at Meade Peak. Idaho record fish harvested in this region include the number one cutthroat trout, Idaho's state fish, taken at Bear Lake.