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A: Resident duplicate licenses are $7.25 and are available from any vendor. (Duplicate tags are also $7.25 but they are only available from Fish and Game region offices and Headquarters).
6/23/13
A: We have not documented natural spawning below the dam.  I am sure spawning occurs but the young do not appear to survive long enough to be caught in the fishery.  We tag all of the sturgeon stocked.  The fish we have surveyed appear to... Read more
6/23/13
A: The Chinook carcass needs to be kept as cool as possible to discourage bacteria growth.  When you are done fishing for the day and your fish is recorded on your Salmon permit, you can:  remove the head and tail provided the skin of the... Read more
6/24/13
A: In the area described below, the Hagerman WMA is closed to waterfowl hunting.  Youth cannot hunt there either EXCEPT during IDFG sponsored youth waterfowl hunts.  Contact the Magic Valley Region office for information about these... Read more
6/24/13
A: Contact the IDFG region office in your area for information. Idaho Fish and Game Office Locations and Contact Numbers Panhandle Region…1-208-769-1414 (Coeur d’Alene) Clearwater Region…1-208-799-5010 (Lewiston) Southwest Region…1-208-465-... Read more
6/24/13
A: Idaho does not have any kind of permit or license requirement for live-trapping unprotected varmints such as the raccoon.
6/24/13
A: During 2012, there were so many people fishing at Chesterfield Reservoir that the irrigation company couldn't get past the vehicles parked on the dam to get to their pump house.  One instance involved the irrigation company accidentally... Read more
6/24/13
A: Fish and Game offices are open from 8-5.  Call us if it is between those hours.  Call local law enforcement if it is after those hours. Idaho Fish and Game Office Locations and Contact Numbers Panhandle Region…1-208-769-1414 (Coeur d’... Read more
6/24/13
A: Idaho Fish and Game doesn't sell fish (or crayfish).  Our hatcheries raise fish to stock in public waters.  We can issue a Private Pond permit to a landowner.  The landowner can then purchase their own fish to stock their pond.  Details... Read more
6/24/13
A: Walleye were first introduced into Oakley Reservoir in 1989.  According to our stocking records these fish were reared and stocked from a New Mexico source.  However, the records do not specify any specific hatchery source.  These fish... Read more
6/25/13
A: Any vendor can issue tags.  The list of our vendors is on our website at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/lookupVendors.cfm. Tags can also be purchased online or by phone (1-800-554-8685).    
6/25/13
A: Yes, a resident youth may fish for salmon, without a salmon permit, and report the catch of adult salmon over 24" in length on a licensed adult angler's salmon permit.  A resident youth under the age of 14 may also buy their own salmon... Read more
6/25/13
A: A youth under the age of 14 may fish for salmon without a license and permit BUT in order for them to keep a salmon over 24" in length, it must be recorded on an accompaning adult anglers salmon permit.  If a resident youth wants their... Read more
6/25/13
A: No, the opener is still the 5th of July.
6/25/13
A: There isn't a special bow-fishing license.  All that is needed is a fishing license. More information: Archery and Spear Fishing: Fishing with a bow and arrow, crossbow, spear or mechanical device, excluding firearms. This type of fishing... Read more
6/25/13
A: Yes.  You must have an Idaho fishing license and can only use this type of gear on nongame fish such as carp and suckers.  More information: Archery and Spear Fishing:  Fishing with a bow and arrow, crossbow, spear or mechanical device,... Read more
6/25/13
A: Yes, you can do that.  The application period for deer controlled hunts is May 1-June 5.
6/25/13
A: No, controlled hunts cannot be traded between friends.
6/25/13
A: Yes, salt does attract deer.  Here is information about using salt to attract big game animals in Idaho for the purpose of baiting animals: Hunting rules vary from state to state.  Idaho hunting rules prohibit the use of bait, including... Read more
6/26/13
A: Not more than 10% of the tags in any hunt can go to nonresident hunters.  That said, the draw is random.  Here is a simplified version of how the controlled hunt drawing system works: The procedure has been computerized since 1973 and was... Read more
6/26/13
A: Everyone who drew has been notified.    
6/26/13
A: The Idaho hunting license that you purchase to buy your elk tag also covers hunting forest grouse.  You can harvest forest grouse during your elk hunt.
6/26/13
A: Cold coupled with elevation.  Indeed it is cold in the Snake River, but it’s also nearly 1,000 feet lower in elevation (assuming you are referring to the American Falls area, where bass fishing is good).  As such, it has a longer growing... Read more
6/27/13
A: Your friend can go with you even if he is not hunting.
6/27/13
A: Please check with the public land management agency regarding placing bait on public land. Here is information about baiting a site before the season and then hunting the site later for deer and elk after the bait is removed: Idaho... Read more
6/27/13

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