From tags sales to general season openers, there’s a lot happening in Idaho next month that you should be aware of. Staying in the loop can be the difference between applying for that coveted controlled hunt tag and watching from the sidelines. Be sure to stay up to date on all Fish and Game happenings. Here are some important dates to help you plan for the month.
Anglers and other members of the community who are interested in the status of the diverse fish populations to which Lake Pend Oreille is home are encouraged to participate in this year’s meeting.
Aspiring hunters who have not completed a hunter education course, but are interested in applying for a controlled hunt, still have a chance of getting into a course before the controlled hunt application periods end.
Catch rates downstream of North Fork improved as more steelhead arrived in the area, and it was within this area the highest amount of angler effort was observed.
Idaho Fish and Game is continuing to feed mule deer and elk in parts of the Southeast Region due to persisting winter conditions.