Questions & Answers: private property
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A: No. You must have a valid Idaho hunting license to hunt on private land, and you must stay within the season rules that Fish and Game has set up for the unit. Hunting any wildlife, even on private property, must adhere to state fish and game laws.
Q: How does crp fall under cultivated land? If land is turned into crp, does that land need to be posted private or are you to assume that all crp is cultivated land and therefor private property no hunting?
A: There are several different trespass laws and some different requirements for different situations. Posting is required for some situations, but is not required for cultivated land or fenced land. Posting is not required if the landowner or agent asks the person to leave (see Idaho Code Section 18 ...
Q: Q: The Big Game Regulations state I can hunt on private property with written permission of the land owner. My cousin lives on Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Can I hunt there with his written permission?
A: Please contact the Tribal Authorities for hunting information on the Reservation. They are in charge of that area.
Q: when painting the fence orange for posting if its a wooden barb wire fence do you paint the whole wood post and how often ever one or one every 660ft?
A: The short answer to your question is one hundred (100) square inches of fluorescent orange paint is required for a wood post, at an interval of not less than one per 660 feet. There are two statutes which address this issue, Idaho Code Sections 18-7008 (criminal trespass) and 36-1603 (hunting and ...