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Q: Can hounds be used in all units to pursue racoons all year long even when there is no big game hound season open?
A: Yes. Racoons are now classified in Idaho as a predatory species and can be hunted year round with the proper license. They can also be pursued with hounds year-round. The only species that can be pursued in Idaho with hounds are black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, red fox, and predatory and ...
Q: If you purchase a reduced fee Mountain Lion Tag, can you still purchase a regular priced Mountain Lion tag?
A: The correct answer is no. The only second tag you can purchase is the second reduced tag which restricts a hunter to the special second tag units only. Please see pages 58 for bear and 63 for mountain lion. Yes, you can. If you are going to hunt outside the area that is included in the "reduced ...
A: Both static PDF maps suitable for printing and interactive online maps of hunt area boundaries are available on the Hunt Area Map Index. Sportsmen can also use the MapCenter to view Game Management Units, Elk Zones and current Controlled Hunts. For offline viewing in Google Earth and GIS ...
A: The Game Regulations are made available online shortly after they are approved by the Fish and Game Commission. Big Game Seasons are set by the Commission every March (View the Commision Schedule). For 2012, the meeting is scheduled for March 21-23rd. Printed Regulations will be available a ...