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A: Yes, you are required to have an Idaho hunting license to hunt in Idaho, including hunting jack rabbits.
12/31/12
A: The Idaho Fish and Game Commission does not have any rules which regulate the use or placement of trail cameras. The use and placement of trail cameras would be subject to regulation by the landowner or land manager.
12/31/12
A: The season dates for chukar and gray partridge hunting are September 15, 2012 through January 31, 2013.  (Daily bag limit is 8 chukar and 8 gray partridge.  Possession limit is 24 chukar and 24 gray partridge).
12/30/12
A: The information copied below lists many of the animals that may be hunted and those that may not be hunted.   Hunting of Predatory & Unprotected Animals (MAY BE HUNTED--HUNTING OR TRAPPING LICENSE REQUIRED) Some animals are classified... Read more
12/29/12
A: Idaho Fish and Game doesn't pay a bounty on coyotes and our Region offices are unaware of any other department that does.
12/29/12
A: There is a link on our website to roadkill and salvage reporting.  It is https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/observations/salvage/
12/29/12
A: A few years ago, the Department developed a proposal that would have allowed the use of lighted nocks while bowhunting for big game. Public input received was split between supporting and not supporting the proposal. Additionally, the... Read more
12/29/12
A: A person whose name was drawn in an antlered-only controlled deer hunt may not apply for any other controlled antlered-only deer hunt for one year  except for the second deer, elk and pronghorn application period and leftover controlled... Read more
12/29/12
A: Please contact the Southwest Region office at 465-8465 to find out the stocking schedule for the Meridian area.
12/28/12
A: Please contact the Tribal Authorities for hunting information on the Reservation.  They are in charge of that area.
12/28/12
A: Spotlight permits can only be issued through an Idaho Fish & Game Regional Office. Not all regions allow spotlight hunting of unprotected species (jack rabbits) so you might want to check with your regional office to see if they do... Read more
12/28/12
A: Resident salmon in Ririe Reservoir are commonly called kokanee, and are managed under the Upper Snake Region general bag and possession limits (page 29 of the 2012 rules booklet).  You are allowed to keep 6 per person per day. 
12/27/12
A: Yes.  We ask every hunter who had deer, elk and pronghorn tags to complete a mandatory harvest report.  The link to making your report is online at https://id.outdoorcentral.us/id/HunterReporting/welcome.
12/27/12
A: Idaho Fish and Game does not have the resources or legal authority to create or maintain such a layer.  The State of Idaho also does not have legal authority to transmit parcel (private landownership or cadastral) data statewide.  At this... Read more
12/26/12
A: List of Species that Can be Salvaged Big Game Animals Black Bear (Ursus americanus) California Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis californiana) Elk (Cervus canadensis) Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Moose (Alces americanus) Mountain Goat (... Read more
12/26/12
A: Please contact the IDFG Region office in your area.  They license falconers and would know the requirements.
12/24/12
A: Idaho Fish and Game has no rules prohibiting the use of flash suppressors, also known as silencers, for hunting.  You may want to check with local law enforcement jurisdictions such as county sheriffs to see if there are any local laws... Read more
12/24/12
A: No!  It is illegal to shoot/hunt from a vehicle unless you are handicapped and qualify and obtain a special permit to do so. 
12/24/12
A: IDFG information on Big Game Winter Feeding http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/wildlife/?getPage=57   The only legal restriction on feeding Big Game is in eastern Idaho. The Idaho State Department of Agriculture has rules which prohibit... Read more
12/23/12
A: Moose were first hunted through a general hunt format from 1893 to 1897.  Hunting was closed from 1898 until 1946 when a controlled hunt was established in eastern Idaho.  Additional controlled hunts were implemented in north central and... Read more
12/23/12
A: Idaho Fish and Game does not have a code or rule that specifically defines the distance you are required to be away from the road before discharging a firearm.  However, Idaho Code 36-1508 (copied and pasted below) just explains that you... Read more
12/22/12
A: Fish and Game rules prohibit the use a firearm "with any electronic device attached to, or incorporated on, the firearm or scope; except scopes containing battery powered or tritium lighted reticles are allowed."  Therefore, laser... Read more
12/22/12
A: He must take hunter education before he can actually hunt, but he can still accompany you in the field.
12/22/12
A: Yes, Fish and Game can help you obtain a new card.  Our Hunter Education records go back to 1978.  Contact Headquarters (208-334-3700) or one of our Fish and Game offices.  They can look up your hunter education number and send you a new... Read more
12/21/12
A: The area that you describe is part of the Niagara Springs WMA and you are free to access it.  However, removing any object of archaeological, geological, or historical value or interest is prohibited on lands owned or controlled by the... Read more
12/21/12

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