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A: Resident license fees are listed online at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/fees/displayFees.cfm?resType=Resident&feeType=License&feeCategory=   Nonresident license fees are listed online at https://fishandgame.idaho.... Read more
5/8/13
A: It's too early to tell.  Counts of Chinook salmon passing Bonneville Dam have been below pre-season projections.  We will continue to collect data on the returning fish and if counts show a surplus of fish to our hatchery broodstock needs... Read more
5/8/13
A: The good news is that we just opened a Chinook salmon season.  Here are the details: chinook salmon season opens saturday, may 4 The Idaho Fish and Game Commission Tuesday, April 30, approved a spring Chinook salmon fishing season to... Read more
5/8/13
A: You can collect and sell shiners and other nongame fish for bait in Idaho as long as you have the appropriate permits. To collect and market bait fish in Idaho, you would need to acquire a Commercial Fishing License from the Idaho Dept.... Read more
5/8/13
A: If the 7 year old is not an Idaho resident, they must fish with someone who has an Idaho fishing license. If the child wants to keep their fish, it becomes part of the license holder's catch.   Idaho resident children can fish even if... Read more
5/7/13
A: We have a photograph of a Northern Idaho Ground Squirrel here:  https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/species/taxa/northern-idaho-ground-squirrel-urocitellus-brunneus This species is a relatively small ground squirrel, being about 9 inches in... Read more
5/7/13
A: You can get a new trapping license beginning June 1.  Your other license doesn't have to expire first (trapping licenses are fiscal year license because they are considered a commercial license; they are valid from July 1 through June 30... Read more
5/7/13
A: Conservation officers work in Idaho's mountains and high deserts, on wild rivers and pristine lakes. ;They travel through this beautiful country on snow machines, horses, jet boats and 4x4 vehicles. This is not an 8 to 5 job, it’s one... Read more
5/7/13
A: Good; we generally hire 2 to 8 Conservation Officers each year.  Applications are accepted in October, interview assessments in January, and we try to hire in February.
5/7/13
A: The harvest quota is refined as we get information either from PIT tagged fish passing monitoring points or fish actually arrive at the hatchery.  The quota adjusts based on the estimated harvestable surplus of hatchery fish returning to... Read more
5/7/13
A: All species of hawks, falcons, eagles (birds of prey) are protected non-game by state and federal laws. It is not legal to shoot them. There are mitigating efforts you should take to protect you chicks by keeping them confined or in an... Read more
5/7/13
A: The first Chinook salmon has already been trapped at Rapid River hatchery.  Likely the first Chinook will be caught sometime this week although the fishing probably won’t start getting good for a week or two.  Pay attention to the flows... Read more
5/6/13
A:   You do not need a taxidermy license to work on wildlife you harvested. The law applies to all wildlife. If you are mounting animals that you have not harvested yourself, you must obtain a taxidermy license: Idaho Code 36-601 reads: Any... Read more
5/6/13
A: Like many upland game birds, there can be dramatic annual variation in the population size.  The Department is unaware of any disease issues with wild turkeys.  There has been a documented decline in turkeys in the southwest part of the... Read more
5/6/13
A:  Use of live fish , leeches, frogs, salamanders, waterdogs or shrimp as bait is prohibited in Idaho, except that live crayfish may be used if caught on the body of water being fished. Bait: Organic substances, other than rubber, wood... Read more
5/5/13
A: The current estimate is 382 cow elk in Unit 25 and the population objective for this unit is to maintain cow elk between 700 and 1000 animals. The antlerless any weapon and muzzleloader controlled hunts in Unit 25 were eliminated to... Read more
5/2/13
A: The salvage rules apply to road-killed animals only.  The cougar will take care of the deer.
5/1/13
A: The Bureau of Reclamation drained Black Canyon Reservoir this past winter to prepare for construction to increase power production.  This affected fish populations both upstream and downstream of the dam.  Construction  should be done by... Read more
5/1/13
A: To clarify the purpose of the Idaho Fish and Game Commission’s motorized hunting rule, the Commission amended the rule to clearly define where and when the rule applies. The amended rule also clarifies what classification of wildlife are... Read more
4/30/13
A: Contact the region office for your area.  Panhandle Region2885 W. Kathleen Ave.Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815Phone: (208) 769-1414Fax: (208) 769-1418 Clearwater Region3316 16th St.Lewiston, ID 83501Phone: (208) 799-5010Fax: (208) 799-5012... Read more
4/30/13
A: For Idaho Concealed Weapons laws, please refer to the Idaho Attorney General's web site at: http://www.ag.idaho.gov/concealedWeapons/concealedWeapons_index.html  
4/30/13
A: In a low water year, like this year, pretty much all of the water lies on BLM ground. There is a large sign/kiosk along Blacks Creek Road that the BLM put up. It sits on their ground which is publicly accessible. If you park and walk from... Read more
4/30/13
A: That is still the case this year.  A parent or grandparent can designate their controlled hunt tag to their minor child or grandchild. The form to do this is on our website at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/... Read more
4/30/13
A: Blacks Creek Reservoir has been an access management nightmare for IDFG, BLM, Ada County Sheriff's office, a private irrigation company, and others.  Unfortunately, vandalism, trash dumping, illegal road pioneering, and a myriad of other... Read more
4/30/13
A: The current estimate is 382 cow elk in Unit 25 and the population objective for this unit is to maintain cow elk between 700 and 1000 animals. The antlerless any weapon and muzzleloader controlled hunts in Unit 25 were eliminated to... Read more
4/30/13

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