August Meeting

Idaho Fish and Game Commission Meeting

August 23, 2018

Amended 8-20-2018, posted 8-21

Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Trophy Room and Other Locations as Stated
600 South Walnut
Boise, Idaho

Note: Times on the agenda are approximate and subject to change.

August 23

Time Description
10:00 am 1. Opening Comments / Agenda Changes
--Chairman Attebury
10:05 am 2. Executive Session I.C. 74-206 (b) (d) (f)
11:05 am 3. Action Items for Commission Approval
  1. FY 20 Budget Approval 
    --Michael Pearson, Chief, Administration
11:25 am
  1. Season Setting: 2018 Sage-grouse Season
    -- Ann Moser, Wildlife Staff Biologist
11:40 am
  1. Season Setting: Red Squirrel
    --Jeff Knetter, Upland Game & Migratory Bird Coordinator
11:50 am
  1. a. Turkey LPH Rule Adoption
    --Jeff Knetter, Upland Game & Migratory Bird Coordinator

    b. Extend Snare Check Time for Wolf Trapping in Unit 9 and part of Unit 7.
    -- Jon Rachael, State Wildlife Manager

    Updated

     

  2. Refund Request
    --Sharon Kiefer, Deputy Director
2:30 pm 10. IDFG/IDL Access MOA
-- Ed Schriever, Deputy Director
Amended: Reordered this item
12:00 pm Lunch
12:30 pm 4. Overview of Management for Wildlife Migration and Movement in Idaho
--Gregg Servheen, Wildlife Program Coordinator
1:00 pm 5. New Marketing Manager Introduction
--Alan Kahn, Chief, Communications
--Ian Malepeai, Marketing Manager
1:15 pm 6. White-tailed Deer Hunter Survey / Results
--Jon Rachael, State Wildlife Manager
1:35 pm 7. Challenge Grant Announcement (Tentative Action)
-- Sharon Kiefer, Deputy Director and Commissioners
1:50 pm 8. Outfitter Allocation Rule (IOGLB)
-- Who, Wildlife and IOGL
2:15 pm 9. JMT Licensing System Update
--Michael Pearson, Chief, Administration
  10. Moved up on the agenda
2:45 pm Adjourn
Meetings of the Commission during field trips and catered meals are open to public attendance, but additional arrangements may be involved for those who wish to attend. For more information on such arrangements, please contact Mary Boyer at (208) 334-3771. During field trips and catered meals, the Commission may engage in brainstorming activities and informal discussions of regional and general interest, but the Commission will not take up any item for action.