What is the fine for having lead in your shot gun during waterfowl season or have it on your persons while you are hunting waterfowl?

Question:

What is the fine for having lead in your shot gun during waterfowl season or have it on your persons while you are hunting waterfowl?

Answer:

The use of lead shot to hunt waterfowl is a misdemeanor offense under Idaho Code. Magistrate courts impose sentences under the guidelines set by Idaho Code. Fish and Game misdemeanors are punishable by a fine of $25 to $1000 plus court costs, up to 60 days in a county Jail with the possibility of up to three years revocation of hunting, fishing and/or trapping licenses/priveleges. Hunting waterfowl with lead shot does not have an established minimum fine above $25, nor is there a mandatory period of license revocation, nor is there a civil penalty associated with the use of lead shot.