The 2001 Idaho Wild turkey regulations are now available at all license vendors and Fish and Game offices. Similar to Idaho's expanding turkey population, hunter opportunity and bag limits continue to increase, with hunters allowed to harvest three birds during the year.
Each year in Idaho, hundreds of dedicated volunteers give of themselves to teach aspiring hunters the subtleties of a deer stalk, how to identify ducks, the safe way to handle a firearm, how to take care of harvested game, how to stay alive if you get lost, and why it is important to have and comply
This winter's harsh weather has got avid ice anglers walking on water. In fact, most of the bundled up anglers are happily trying to keep the secret to themselves. Well, the secret is out - ice fishing in the Clearwater Region is hot.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will meet at Fish and Game headquarters, 600 South Walnut in Boise, on January 18 and 19. The meeting will begin at 8:00 a.m. each day. A public hearing will be held in the same location at 7:00 p.m. January 17.
If you kept up with the presidential campaign and election, you may have noticed there were no clear-cut, overwhelming mandates from the public, the candidates were at odds on many issues, and the electorate was at odds on just about any selected topic.
WANTED a person or persons to spend the entire summer in a beautifully scenic location. Occupy shaded campsite on lakeshore. Meet and greet new people each day. Trout fishing available just a few feet from front door.
The Southeast Region citizen Winter Feed Advisory Committee will be in Montpelier January 16 to review winter conditions for mule deer and elk in the area. The meeting will be held at the Oregon Trail Museum beginning at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited.
Michael Gratson, 48, an Idaho Department of Fish and Game senior research biologist, was killed along with helicopter pilot Mike Haygens December 29 while conducting mountain lion surveys along the Lochsa River near Lowell, Idaho.
Michael Gratson, Idaho Department of Fish and Game senior research biologist, was killed along with helicopter pilot, Mike Haygens, on Thursday, December 29, while conducting mountain lion surveys along the Lochsa River near Lowell, Idaho.