Access Yes!

A hunter and angler's guide to Access Yes! Properties

Access Yes! is a program designed to improve access to private land or through private land to public land by compensating willing landowners who provide access.

 

Nearly 1 millions acres! In 2017, Access Yes! opened 371,707 acres of private land and provided access to 549,635 acres of public land for hunters and anglers.


How to Use This Guide

Pick a property from the list or map to view landowner's access requirements.

Carefully check:

  • whether access is limited or unlimited (i.e. 5 hunters/day, unlimited, etc.)
  • is landowner contact required
  • when is access available (i.e. Aug. 1 - Dec. 31)
  • what types of hunting or fishing opportunities are allowed
  • what special restrictions exist (i.e. no fires or camping, travel only on existing roads, etc.)
  • what special notes are included

Please act responsibly and respect private property. Your attention to landowner's requirements will help ensure a successful Access Yes! program for the hunters and anglers of today and tomorrow.

AccessYes! signage on property fence.
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Photo © Glenn Oakley for IDFG

 

Respect Private Property

 

  • Ask Permission
  • Leave Gates As You Found Them
  • Pack Out Your Trash
  • Be Courteous
  • Stay on Established Roads

Best of luck and memories in your hunting and angling adventures!

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Apply for an Idaho Super Hunt and help fund Access Yes!

Complete an application for the Super Hunt drawing. Applications are available at license vendors, Fish and Game offices, by phone at 1-(800) 554-8685, mail, or online.

All proceeds benefit Access Yes! (available January - July)

Voluntary donations are also accepted from hunters and anglers at all license vendors.


Learn about Idaho Super Hunts!