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Q: If a youth has purchased a general season elk tag (Unit 39 Nov.1-Nov.9) are they allowed to harvest either sex?
A: A youth (ages 10-17) can hunt both the A and B seasons of an elk zone. However, the rules of each season must be followed as specified in the Seasons and Rules. The B tag season on the Boise River zone tag is for antlered only. Therefore, either sex would not be allowed during the period of ...
A: There are a couple of scenarios: Youth hunters age 8 or 9 can purchase a hunting passport to participate in hunting waterfowl, upland game and furbearers but must hunt with a licensed adult. A person can only puchase a hunting passport once in their lifetime. Youth who have successfully completed ...
A: The 2014 legislature passed a bill allowing youth 10 years old and up to hunt big game. The governor signed the bill into law and it goes into effect on July 1, 2014.
Q: My son is 11 and wants to go bird hunting with me, if he completes the Hunters safety course can I take him hunting?
A: Yes, when he has completed hunter education he can get his hunting license and go bird hunting.