Questions & Answers: enforcement
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Q: Can someone get a hunting license if they have a felony and if so can they use black powder in Idaho.
A: Consider consulting your lawyer for further clarification on restrictions for felons and felons using Idaho hunting licenses. If a felon is barred from using a weapon then they are restricted from using all hunting equipment including muzzleloader and archery equipment. Definitions for felonies ...
A: This illegal take of the threatened Grizzly Bears is being investigated jointly by Idaho Fish and Game, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The incident occurred in a remote area of Idaho. We are seeking any information from anyone who has information specific to or was a witness to this act. ...
A: Idaho's first game laws were established by the Idaho Territorial Legislature in 1864. These laws for closed seasons on big game animals from Februrary to July, but did not provide for enforcement. These laws predate both the State of Idaho (admitted to the Union in 1890) and the creation of the ...