Ask Fish and Game
Monday, March 25, 2002 - 12:00 AM MST
Q. You said recently that electronic communication between hunters was not restricted by the Fish and Game Commission after it was discussed with the public. Seems I remember there is a restriction on communication between aircraft and hunters. A. Good catch. That's true: it is illegal in Idaho for people in aircraft to be in communication with hunters on the ground. Now that rule has been extended to paragliders and any other powered craft of that ilk, even though they are not classed as aircraft under federal aviation rules.