Access - Large Tracts PotlatchDeltic
Motorized Restrictions on Large Tracts Access Agreements
View maps of motorized vehicle area restrictions. Maps can picked up at either the Panhandle or Clearwater Region Fish and Game offices. View Large Tracts Maps Press Release 9/20/2021
In May 2019, Idaho Fish and Game partnered with PotlatchDeltic to provide public access to 567,002 acres of private land for hunting, fishing, trapping, wildlife viewing, hiking, and recreational travel on open full-sized roads.
Restrictions apply to using these properties. Permitting links, additional restrictions, and details are below:
- PotlatchDeltic General Policies, Regulations, and Restrictions - [PDF download]
- Permitting for other activities (including camping and offroad OHV use)
Hunters, anglers, and wildlife watchers should be respectful and responsible when accessing these lands.
Wolf hunting and trapping changes in effect
Please refer to the public land wolf hunting and trapping seasons in the MODIFIED 2021 big game seasons and rules brochure for the seasons and rules information for the properties in this access agreement.
Exception - Wolf hunting allowed during legal big game hunting hours only.
Please note: Wolf seasons were modified after the 2021 big game brochure was printed. The current seasons and rules are online. Please refer to each property with an agreement to find the landowner's preference.
Motorized closures on North Idaho timberlands promote new opportunities in the Clearwater and Panhandle regions
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - 10:39 AM MDT
Thursday, September 9, 2021 - 10:51 AM MDT
Friday, August 27, 2021 - 2:37 PM MDT
Tuesday, July 27, 2021 - 4:26 PM MDT
Browse access agreement areas for hunting or fishing.
To view these areas:
- Open the map center.
- On the left menu, expand the Turn Layers On/Off section.
- Choose Reference Layers.
- Check a box, or multiple boxes, to display access areas.
- Select an area on the map for information and allowed activities.
How Fish and Game partners for access
When you buy a hunting or fishing license, your dollars, along with federal funds, help Fish and Game and partners maintain access to wildlife-related recreation opportunities.