Questions & Answers: wolf tag
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Q: If I purchase a non-resident nongame license and my partner a regular hunting license and wolf tag am I legal if I call in a wolf and he shoots it?
A: The nonresident nongame license is valid for hunting unprotected birds and animals and predatory wildlife of this state. This license is a good option if you are only interested in hunting coyotes, which are classified as a predator. You may hunt with another person even if they have a ...
A: Trapping rules and seasons can be found on our website at: http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/hunt/?getPage=141 . Seasons for different species start at different times. You cannot trap mountain lions legally. However, you can trap wolves but you must first attend a mandatory wolf trapping ...
A: Hunters can buy 5 wolf tags per calendar year and 5 trapping tags per calendar year for use in zones with an open trapping season. A person must attend a wolf trapper education course and have a valid trapping license before trapping wolves.
A: Yes you will need a hunting license to purchase a wolf tag. Licenses can be purchased via the Internet at https://id.outdoorcentral.us/. over the telephone at 800-554-8685, any license vendor http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/lookupVendors.cfm, or through the mail to any Idaho ...