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)
I have a doe tag this fall, and, aside from not shooting an obvious doe with fawns, are there any other visible characteristics to look for when making the shooting decision? My goals are (1) to pick a doe whose removal will be best for the overall herd, and (2) pick a doe that will be best for the table! Any help is appreciated.
What was the reasoning for reduced price non resident tags? If the hunting has got so poor that non residents don't want to hunt here, I think its time to go back to the drawing board and come up with a plan to boost animal numbers to produce quality hunts...not lower the price of non resident tags to produce more revenue in a hurry.
Since we first launched the Huntplanner in 2003 we've received a lot of feedback from hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts. Along with your bouquets and brickbats, we receive many great ideas to improve the Huntplanner Map Center.
In this release, our third complete re-write of the Huntplanner Map Center, we've focused on adding the most requested features from your letters:
- Improved display and interactivity on mobile phones and tablets
- Transparency sliders to toggle the opacity of layers
- Create PDF maps for printing and sharing
- Tools to draw on the map and add notes
- Placename and coordinate search
- Measuring tools for distance and area
- More basemap options
- Controlled Hunt overlays by Species
- Areas closed to Hunting
- Geolocation to show your location on the map
We've added all these new features while retaining the existing functionality.
We recognize this is a new product. There will be bugs to work out and adjustments. While we're smoothing the rough edges, the classic Map Center will remain available. We've already received some great feedback from hunters that has helped us improve the new Map Center. If you have ideas or suggestions to make the Map Center better, please let us know!
As a non resident, how exactly do I go about buying a wolf tag? Also, do I need a license too?
I understand that if you have a nonresident elk or deer tag, you are allowed to take a bear, wolf, or mountain lion as long as the zones and seasons coincide. But is it also legal to take take a deer if you have a nonresident elk tag?
The new plan kind of says we will in certain zones.
Can I hunt over it during the deer season?