Questions & Answers: disability
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Q: I recently became disabled and am receiving SSDI. What type of allowances does the Fish and Game provide for people with disablities?
A: Idaho residents receiving SSDI qualify for a reduced price hunting and fishing license. The cost is $5.00. Tags and permits are not reduced in price, however. The “hunt from a vehicle” permit is not included in the disabled license; to get this separate permit you must get a doctor’s signature ...
Q: I have a resident disabled combo class D license, can I shoot from a vehicle? What can I do different with this license that cannot be done with a regular license?
A: The “hunt from a vehicle” permit is not included in the disabled license; to get this separate permit you must get a doctor’s signature on an a Fish and Game application form, which can be obtained at any Fish and Game office or by calling 208-334-3700 or online at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ ...
A: To hunt with a crossbow during an archery-only season you must apply for the permit to do so. The form is online at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/disArchery.pdf. Your doctor has to sign it.