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Idaho Fish and Game

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Hunting and Fishing Access

Idaho Fish and Game partners with state, federal, and private landowners to allow public access to your favorite hunting areas, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.

 

Access Partnerships and Programs

 

Fish and Game Managed Locations

Idaho Fish and Game manages locations for wildlife conservation, access, and opportunity.

Idaho's Wildlife Management Areas

Idaho Fish and Game has 31 Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), which range from 275 to 85,000 acres. Each has specific priorities based upon the needs of wildlife in the surrounding area.

Fishing and Boating Access Sites

This list and brochure were designed to help you take advantage of outdoor opportunities by guiding you to over 300 fishing and boating access sites. Amenities and facilities are listed for each site.

Partnerships

Idaho Fish and Game works with many partners to maintain wildlife recreational access.

Access Yes!

Idaho Fish and Game partners with private landowners to allow public access to your favorite hunting areas, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.

Access - Idaho Endowment Partnership

Idaho Fish and Game and the Idaho Department of Lands are working together to keep these lands accessible for recreational opportunities.

Access - Large Tracts Program

These land owners have entered into agreements to ensure access for hunting and fishing. Each of these landowners have established rules based on their ownership.

Access - Regional Partnerships

Learn about regional access agreements.

Fire Information

Access can be impacted by fire closures and restrictions. Learn about current closures with our interactive fire closures map and find resources associated with wildfires in Idaho.

Fire Information »