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2014-2015 Upland Game, Furbearer, Turkey Seasons and Rules

Saturday, August 2, 2014 

Including Rabbits, Hares, Predators, Unprotected Species, Crows, Doves, Sandhill Cranes and Falconry





Seasons and Rules Sections:
Note to hunters on Wildlife Management Areas:During the pheasant season, including the youth pheasant season, shooting hours begin at 10 a.m. on the Fort Boise, C.J. Strike, Montour, Niagara Springs, Payette River and Sterling Wildlife Management Areas. Everywhere else in the state, shooting hours start one-half hour before sunrise.


Notice: Fees may change. It is your responsibility to be aware of changes since this brochure was printed. Please see the fee schedules in the License, Tag and Permit Fees section for current prices.


Marijuana on Public Lands - What You Should Know


Idaho Fish & Game strongly encourages wearing hunter orange as a voluntary safety measure.
See the Hunter Orange Policy. — [PDF, 16 kb]
 
Upland Game, Furbearer and Turkey Seasons and Rules

Online rules brochures are created in PDF file format. They are produced to keep the online display as close as possible to the printed version.

Printed copies of the rules brochure can be picked up, without charge, at local license vendors or by calling 208-334-3700 to receive a copy by mail.

To view Idaho Fish and Game administrative rules and code, visit the Office of Administrative Rules on the Idaho Department of Administration website.

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