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A: Specific zone information, including total numbers of bulls, cows, and calves in each survey can be found in our annual surveys and inventory reports on elk. The 2010 report is available on our website: https://research.idfg.idaho.gov/... Read more
7/31/12
A: There is not a specific IDFG law stating when you can set up a tree stand. However, land managers/owners may have such restrictions. IDFG WMA rules do not allow permanent tree stands. Idaho Code states:  To construct blinds, pits,... Read more
7/31/12
A: A nonresident season fishing license costs $98.25.  It is valid from date of sale through December 31.  Nonresident juniors (17 or younger) can get a season fishing license for $21.75.
7/31/12
A: There is a extremely small probability, but it is highly, highly unlikely. Tiger musky have been stocked in Little Payette Lake and Lake Cascade. For a tiger musky to make it to Horseshoe Bend, it would have to pass through a dam and move... Read more
7/30/12
A: It depends on the region you are fishing in... In the Panhandle Region, Clearwater Region and Salmon regions, the limit on bass is 6 (smallmouth and largemouth) but there is no length limit specified. In The Southwest, Magic Valley, Upper... Read more
7/30/12
A: Lighted nocks are illegal because it is illegal to use a weapon with any electronic device attached to, or incorporated on, the firearm or scope; except scopes containing battery powered or tritium lighted reticles are allowed.   The... Read more
7/30/12
A: Please contact the Tribal authorities; their website and contact information is http://www.nezperce.org/Main.html.
7/30/12
A: No, Chinook salmon that are stocked in the Boise River originate from returns to Hells Canyon Dam. Returns to Hells Canyon Dam during 2012 were insufficient to meet both hatchery broodstock needs and allow stocking in the Boise River.... Read more
7/29/12
A: Lighted arrow nocks are not legal for use in Idaho.
7/29/12
A: Rainbow trout and steelhead are the same genus and species.  Essentially, a steelhead is an ocean-going rainbow trout.  There will be a slight color variation - depending on the time of year, but the only sure-fire way tell a hatchery... Read more
7/26/12
A: There is a saying that goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”  For example, you might find sucker undesirable because you can’t eat them, but they have a valuable place in the food chain--sucker help clean algae from the... Read more
7/25/12
A: The Clearwater National Forest said the bridge has been condemned and is to not have any use at all, including foot traffic, because of the condition.  They are taking recommendations at this time.  If you want to comment, contact the... Read more
7/25/12
A: Raccoons are classified as a predatory wildlife species and therefore the take season for them is year round. You may use dogs to hunt/pursue raccoons. The owner and/or handler and/or person taking raccoons must have a hound hunter permit...
7/25/12
A: The requirement in Idaho is that you have taken an archery-only education class or that you have hunted in an archery-only season somewhere.  If you haven't done these, you must take an Idaho bowhunter education course.     
7/23/12
A: No.  There is no stipulation that you salvage the entire carcass.  You can salvage any part that you choose and leave the rest.
7/23/12
A: Children can fish without a license until they are 14.  Nonresident children must fish with a license holder; their catch becomes part of the license holder's limit.  Resident children can keep their own limit of fish.
7/22/12
A: Please!  We collect observations of Idaho wildlife to establish distribution and abundance at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/observations You may also upload multiple photos and attach them to your observation. Thanks for sharing!
7/20/12
A: indeed there are! 
7/20/12
A: Raccoons are classified as a predatory wildlife species and therefore the take season for them is year round. You may use dogs to hunt/pursue raccoons. The owner and/or handler and/or person taking raccoons must have a hound hunter permit...
7/20/12
A: According to the Idaho Fish Planner on our Website, the following bodies of water have walleye.     Salmon Falls Creek   Tributary of Upper Salmon Falls Reservoir Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir   Salmon Falls Basin Snake River C.J. Strike... Read more
7/19/12
A: Every hunter (resident or nonresident) who hunts in an archery-only hunt is required to get an archery permit.  We accept archery education certifications from other states as well as proof that the hunter has participated in an archery-... Read more
7/18/12
A: They will be available in late August or early September.
7/18/12
A: They all are. Each separate line refers to a different reach of the Boise River. We currently stock the Boise River from Barber Dam area to Star Rd. We are in the slow process of trying to fix this database glitch by adding a reach... Read more
7/18/12
A: Unfortunately, it is not going to be stocked with Chinook salmon during 2012. Those Chinook stocked in the past few years have originated from hatchery returns to Hells Canyon Dam.  During 2012, returns were insufficient to meet broodstck... Read more
7/18/12
A: It is illegal to pursue or kill big game animals with any compound bow set at more than 85 percent let-off.
7/17/12

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