Questions & Answers: commission
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Q: Every time I turn around, there is a reminder to file my big game harvest report. What's the hurry?
A: Hunters are asked to file their harvest report, regardless of whether they actually hunted with their tags or whether they took an animal, within 10 days of the harvest or within 10 days of the end of their hunts. There is a hurry: it takes some time to collect reports and turn them into a useful ...
Q: The Fish and Game Commission has set the big game season. When will the new big game books be out?
A: The 2011 Big Game Seasons and Rules brochure has gone to the printer. When the print proofs come back, the seasons and rules will be posted on the Fish and Game website - http://fishandgame.idaho.gov - by early next week. The printed books are expected about mid-April.
A: Only if you're a youth hunter. The 2011 Big Game Seasons and Rules explains: Resident youth hunters ages 12 through 17 who purchase a general season elk zone tag, may participate in any A or B tag elk season within the specified zone, regardless of whether they purchased an A tag or B tag. This ...
Q: Who are the board members for the Idaho fish and Game? How do we contact them over such things as the expandable broadheads and our - my view?
A: The members of the Idaho Fish and Game Commission as well as their contact information are listed on our website. The link to their information is http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/about/commission/?getPage=183.