Disallow transfer of once-in-a-lifetime species to minors

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Exclude designation of any moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and grizzly bear controlled hunt tag from a parent or grandparent to their minor child or grandchild.

Description

Background statement: Currently, Idaho law and Fish and Game Commission rules allow a resident parent or grandparent who draws any controlled hunt tag to designate that tag to their resident minor (younger than 18) child or grandchild. Similarly, any nonresident parent or grandparent who draws any controlled hunt tag may designate to their nonresident minor child or grandchild. The proposed rule would exclude moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and grizzly bear controlled hunt tags from designation by any parent or grandparent to their minor child or grandchild to address concerns raised by hunters that draw odds for these once-in-a-lifetime species may be negatively affected by multiple parents and grandparents applying for these species with intent to designate the tag to their child or grandchild.

Notice of Intent Filing
Notice of Intent Posted: 
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Docket(s): 
13-0108-1802
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Comment Period: 
6/6/2018 to 6/27/2018
Primary Contact: 

Sharon Kiefer
Deputy Director
Idaho Fish and Game
600 S. Walnut
PO Box 25
Boise, Idaho 83707
(208) 334-3771
Fax (208) 334-2114