Press Release

Press Releases

  • Elk Poachers Receive Heavy Sentences

    A deer hunter's quick action and memory for detail recently helped Fish and Game conservation officers nab a pair of elk poachers.
  • Input Sought for Five-year Fishery Management Plan

    Fish and Game's Draft 2001-2005 Fisheries Management Plan is now available for public comment. A series of open houses planned in Southwest Idaho will give the public their chance to shape the direction of fish management for the coming five years.
  • In The Field

    Thanksgiving has passed, and most of the wild turkeys hunters bagged last season are consumed. Never fear! Turkey season is just around the corner (so to speak).
  • Boating Tips from a Waterfowl Hunter

    Contact: Ann Van Buren, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation If you are a serious waterfowl hunter, a boat is probably an important piece of your equipment. It can also place you in serious danger unless you use it wisely.
  • Trout Fishing

    Just when you thought it was safe to stow the fishing gear for the season, the trout at C. J. Strike Reservoir are on the bite.
  • Licenses Go On Sale December 1

    Hunting and fishing licenses for the year 2001 go on sale December 1.
  • Swan Poachers Sought

    State and federal authorities are interested in the identity of whoever shot four swans recently at Fish and Game's Market Lake Wildlife Management Area.
  • Correction to Grizzly Bear Story

    A Fish and Game news release dated November 20, 2000 incorrectly referred to the "Interstate" Grizzly Bear Committee. It should have read "Interagency" Grizzly Bear Committee.
  • Ask Fish and Game

    Q. Do I need to turn in my harvest report? What about the supertag drawing?
  • Special Supervised Depredation Goose Hunts Planned

    In an effort to reduce conflicts with the ever-increasing resident Canada goose population, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will open several sites in the valley to hunting.
  • Ask Fish and Game

    Q. Is it true some hunts were extended?
  • Steelhead Go to Boise, Payette, Little Salmon

    Anglers have an even better chance to catch steelhead trucked Friday to the Boise, Payette and Little Salmon Rivers.
  • Turkey Proposals Go to Public

    Turkey hunters could see expanded hunting opportunities next year as turkey populations continue to expand in Idaho.
  • Commission Opposes Reintroduction of Grizzlies

    Idaho Fish and Game Commission Chairman John Burns has reaffirmed the opposition of the Commission and Department to the proposed reintroduction of grizzly bears announced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Commission has formally opposed reintroduction since 1995.
  • Draft Fish Management Plan Approved

    The Idaho Fish and Game Commission, meeting by conference call Nov. 17, approved a draft five-year fisheries management plan for 2001 through 2005. This is the fifth management plan developed since 1981.
  • Commission Meets in Orofino

    The Fish and Game Commission will consider turkey hunting seasons when it meets in Orofino December 6-8.
  • IDFG To Host Open House for Wild Turkey Seasons

    The Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG), 1540 Warner Avenue, Lewiston, will host an open house Wednesday, November 29 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. for public comment on proposed changes to the 2001 Wild Turkey seasons.
  • Open House Set For Trophy Species

    The Magic Valley Region will propose a moose hunt in the Wood River Valley, game management units 48 and 49, at its upcoming open house meeting in Jerome later this month.