Are hunters allowed to hunt for coyotes up above 8th street, passed the gates or up rocky canyon? [assuming near Boise]
My grandpa and I are wondering if we are allowed to hunt rabbits at night with a spotlight? Is it legal to shoot at night at nocturnal predators?
The law or rules for short-range hunting season, for big game, says: "...[a] handgun using straight-walled cartridges not originally developed for rifles." Would this mean that someone, if they were so inclined, could hunt big game during the short-range hunting season with a pistol in 9mm or 40 S&W calibers?
I was shopping recently at my local Walmart and saw that they sell bags of "coyote bait". Is it legal to use bait to attract coyotes during a hunt? I understand that using bait for big game animals is illegal, but was wondering about coyotes since they are unprotected wildlife.
If it is legal, are there any restrictions as to what I can use to bait coyotes?
I am curious about hunting with ferrets, as they have been bred in Europe for that purpose for centuries. Would it be lawful to use ferrets to flush cottontail rabbits? How about upland game birds? If not, would using ferrets to hunt unprotected or predatory wildlife, such as jackrabbits, be considered legal take?
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I understand that you can't hunt before shooting hours, but would it still be legal to wait in a blind for deer before shooting hours if my weapon wasn't in any way loaded or perhaps even out of its case yet?
Is Black's Creek Reservoir open to dove, quail, and waterfowl hunting for fall/winter of 2014/2015 season?
Can enrolled Idaho native americans hunt in different states using their reservations "off reservation" tags?
By your definition of a hunter, found on your website, it would seem that a person in the field taking pictures of wildlife could be classified as a hunter. (http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/hunt/?getPage=152)