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Press Releases

  • F & G Seeks Comment on Turkey Outfitting, Predator Policy

    Wild turkey outfitting, waterfowl seasons and a draft predator policy top the list of discussion topics for an upcoming open house hosted by Fish and Game. Everyone is invited to attend the August 16 get together to be held at the Fish and Game Nampa office, 3101 S.
  • Sockeye Return Could Be 100

    Idaho's sockeye salmon captive breeding program may pay off this year with the return of at least 100 of the endangered fish.
  • Bighorn Tag Lottery Nets Disease Research Dollars

    Bighorn sheep disease research received a shot in the arm with this year's bighorn tag lottery.
  • Teachers Take Wild Knowledge Back to Classrooms

    Teachers from all across Idaho will take more knowledge of Idaho's wildlife with them when they return to the classroom this fall.
  • Ask Fish and Game

    Q.What's the process for reporting big game harvest this year?
  • Rainbow Trout Stocking Report

    Personnel from Fish and Game's Nampa Hatchery will be releasing more than 33,000 catchable-sized rainbow trout at the following locations during August. LOCATION NUMBER OF TROUT Boise River (Boise) 6,000
  • Potential Loss Of Winter Range To Fire Prompts IDFG To Ban Campfires On All Department Administered

    IDAHO FALLS- The increasing danger of wildfires, coupled with the recent burning of over 1,000 acres of critical deer winter range near Ririe Reservoir, has prompted local IDFG Officials to institute an immediate ban on all campfires on all lands administered in the Upper Snake Region, including all
  • Hells Canyon Initiative Continues

    One of the luckiest hunters in America will win a chance at an Idaho bighorn later this month and help in a small way to fund a unique wildlife initiative.
  • Lots of Tags Left in Southwest Youth Hunt

    Lots of deer tags are left in the multi-units youth deer hunt in Southwest Idaho, according to Fish and Game spokesman Jack Trueblood. "There were 1,395 permits available for this controlled hunt as of July 14.
  • Hound Hunting Rules Changed

    Meeting in Stanley July 13, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission changed the rules for hound hunting, making it possible to accompany a hunter without having to have a hunting license. The change is effective immediately.
  • Ask Fish and Game

    Q. I drew on a controlled hunt. Is there a deadline for picking up my permit and tag?
  • Upland Bird, Dove, Furbearer Rules Available

    The 2000 and 2001 proclamation covering upland game birds, mourning doves, furbearers, falconry, sandhill cranes and other species is now available.
  • Salvage Fish From Fish Creek Reservoir!

    In a recent decision, the IDAHO FISH AND GAME Commission has removed the limit restrictions on all fish in Fish Creek Reservoir in Blaine County.
  • Spaces Still Open for Hunter Ed Classes

    Several upcoming rifle hunter education classes in the Magic Valley Region still have spaces available for those who missed the registration week. Anyone born on or after January 1, 1975 must complete the state-approved hunter education course before buying a license to hunt in Idaho.
  • Blackstone Reservoir Goes Dry

    If you've been planning a fishing trip to extreme southwestern Idaho, scratch Blackstone Reservoir off your list. The reservoir is bone dry.
  • Wolf Plan Comment Sought

    The draft plan for managing wolves in Idaho once they come off the federal list of endangered species is up for public review until September 1.
  • Idaho Fish Art Winner Named

    Arimo junior high school student Crystal Clark was the Idaho winner in the second annual Wildlife Forever State Fish Art Contest.
  • Commissioners Honor Instructor

    Charles Cox of Shelley was honored recently by the Fish and Game Commission for his contributions to hunter education. Commissioners gave their award for "Continuing Our Heritage" during their meeting at Stanley July 13.