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A: When this season was first established, the IDFG took a long, hard look at when snow geese were arriving in Idaho during spring to determine whether or not it would make sense to have a season.  The framework for light goose hunting ends... Read more
10/8/12
A: Yes.  Anyone 14 or older is required to have a fishing license In Idaho.  Since a non-US Citizen will not have a Social Security Number, they will have to present their passport.
10/6/12
A: It depends on the unit.  You will need to consult the 2012 Big Game Regulations for what is allowable in the unit where you will be hunting.   In most cases, a youth can harvest an antlered or antlerless.   Same goes for species on the... Read more
10/6/12
A: A general regular deer tag or general whitetail deer tag is not unit specific.  If you hold a regular deer tag, you would need to follow the seasons under the Regular Deer General season section of the Big Game Regulations (check the... Read more
10/6/12
A: Any person who transports any wildlife for another or receives any wildlife for cleaning, processing, as a gift, or for strorage must have a written Proxy Statement signed by the taker of the animal showing the name, address, and license... Read more
10/6/12
A: The Forest Service has the authority to set their rules in a Forest Service campground.
10/5/12
A: Are you referring to Constitutional Amendment (HJR2a)? The Department has no position on this ballot initiative.  The Commission, as the policy body, supports the ballot initiative.  More information can be found on the following at:  ... Read more
10/5/12
A: You need a valid hunting license.  That is all.
10/5/12
A: Road kill rules are posted on our website at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/observations/salvage/.
10/5/12
A: We don't have any summer internships, unfortunately.
10/4/12
A: The answer to a question like this can be best answered by the region office.  Please contact the Southwest Region office at 465-8465 to speak to a biologist for that area.    
10/4/12
A: I'm not sure how to help you. You may have missed a step.  Do you see something that resembles the below in a yellow box? Click this link to print your CE-51 form for this salvage If not, please leave your phone number or contact your... Read more
10/4/12
A: Salvaging bear meat was required from 1973 when black bears were first classified a game animal through 2009.
10/4/12
A: No, it doesn't. 
10/4/12
A: If they are children they can accompany you but at this time they cannot hunt without taking hunter education and possessing a license and tag.  Ten and eleven year olds with hunter education can buy a hunting license and hunt for small... Read more
10/3/12
A: I checked with the Upper Snake Region office; that is not true.  A shotgun can be used in that hunt. 
10/3/12
A: Idaho doesn't have any rules against the use of a silencer for hunting if the hunter has the correct permit from the Federal Govt.
10/2/12
A: Please contact the Southeast Region office for information.  Their phone number is 208-232-4703.
10/2/12
A: Please contact the Clearwater Region office. Their phone number is 208-799-5010. They will have the latest information.
10/2/12
A: Season information is posted on our website in the hunting section (fishandgame.idaho.gov).  Pheasants are listed in the  Upland Game rules on page 10. Briefly, pheasant season opens on October 20 in southern Idaho.  It closes November 30... Read more
10/2/12
A: Only if you are also hunting. 
10/2/12
A: After completing a hunter education course, a youth can hunt upland game, waterfowl and unprotected species (such as coyotes) at the age of 10. At 12 they can hunt big game.
10/1/12
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... Read more
10/1/12
A: This is such a broad topic that it is hard to answer here.  It was suggested to me that you should go to a local sporting goods store and talk with them about what works well in your area.
10/1/12
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... Read more
10/1/12

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