Nonresident elk and deer tags have sold out the past two years, and are selling even faster this year. Nonresident hunters who plan to buy an elk tag, or resident hunters interested in buying a second tag, should do so quickly.
Saturday, Aug. 10 is the deadline to enter to win the hunt of a lifetime in the second Super Hunt drawing of 2019. Tags for two elk, two deer, two pronghorn hunts, and one moose hunt will be drawn, as well as a “Super Hunt Comb” that will entitle the winner to hunt for all four species - elk…
The application period closes at midnight Aug. 15. Hunters who were unsuccessful in the first drawing for big game controlled hunts still have a chance at over 2,540 tags available in the second controlled hunt drawing.
During a meeting in Salmon on July 25, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission voted to adopt four proposed rules and received an update about the progress of negotiated rule-making regarding changing gear requirements on snares for gray wolf trapping.
Don’t miss the chance to attend a public meeting on July 30, to learn about a potentially new fall Chinook Salmon fishing opportunity in the Clearwater River. At this meeting, you will learn about why this fishery may be possible, and you will have the opportunity to provide your comments an…
A firewood sale on designated areas of Craig Mt Wildlife Management Area property will begin July 13th, 2019. The sale will only be on Idaho Department of Fish and Game property. Please pay attention to property boundaries and property markers.
Results of the elk, deer, pronghorn, fall turkey and black bear controlled hunt draw have been posted through Fish and Game’s licensing system. Hunters who already have an account can check to see if they drew controlled hunt tags at https://idfg.huntfishidaho.net/login.
Steelhead anglers are asked to watch for tagged steelhead they might catch during the 2019-20 steelhead fishing seasons, and report tagged fish if they catch one.
Resident hunters wanting to purchase a general season elk tag in a “capped” zone need to pay attention to two dates that tags go on sale in July.
June is the peak fawning and calving season for Idaho’s deer, elk and antelope herds. With camping and the outdoors season well underway, well-meaning citizens often find baby animals that seem to be abandoned. Idaho Department of Fish and Game is asking people to leave them alone. If a fema…