Panhandle

great day of hunting

My buddy Justin and I were out bugling and Justin a bull going about 1/4 mile away in the timber we start in towards him and with In about five minutes the bull come crashing down the mountain to us it stopped leg forward broadside for me hidden behind brush for my buddy at 28 yards so I let an arrow go and he made it about 30 yards up hill and collapsed and was all over. Thanks again justin

World Fish Migration Day - May 21, 2016

Did you ever stop to think about the journey fish make to keep their populations viable? Idaho's ocean-going salmon and steelhead journey 1,000's of miles, negotiate thousands of feet in elevation change and run a gauntlet of swimming, flying, fishing predators to return to Idaho - where they spawn and the cycle repeats. This is important not only for fish populations to survive, but it's also important on a broader scale because fish returning to Idaho headwater streams bring with them ocean nutrients which are important to Idaho ecosystems.

Even our local resident fish journey many miles and contribute to other wildlife and plant communities in ways we are only beginning to understand.

This Saturday is World Fish Migration Day. If you want to learn more, go to:  www.worldfishmigrationday.com/  or www.fws.gov/fisheries/fishmigration to learn more.

1st Bear

While shed hunting north Idaho Tristan was able to bag his 1st bear.