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HUNTING

Thursday, February 11, 2016 

"I hunt Idaho!"
To hunt in Idaho
you need:

  • A hunting license.
  • A tag for big game species and turkey.
  • Hunter education if born after Jan 1, 1975.
  • OR take part in our Hunting Passport program.


Resources
Hunt Planner - plan your hunting adventure here!
HUNT PLANNER
An interactive search and mapping engine for hunting opportunities in Idaho.  Tools include map center, trip planner, searchable drawing odds, harvest data and photos of Idaho’s backcountry.
 
HUNTING PASSPORT
Allows any first-time hunter, age 8 or older, to try hunting for one year with an adult mentor without having to complete a hunter education course.
 
BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO HUNTING
An easy to use guide to help novices understand the basics, including what they need to get started, what game is available and where to go.
 
SUPER HUNT
Super Hunt tags allow hunters to participate in any open hunt in the state for deer, elk, pronghorn and/or moose. To win a tag hunters need to purchase entries for the Super Hunt drawings.
 
Access Yes!
ACCESS YES!
This program provides hunting and fishing access to private land or through private land to public land. View the list of properties enrolled in the Access Yes! program and what they provide.
 
WMA location
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREAS
These thirty-two areas protect wildlife habitat and are available for big game, waterfowl and upland game hunting, fishing and other public enjoyment of wildlife.

Game Species
BIG GAME

Elk | Deer | Pronghorn | Black Bear
Mtn. Lion | Wolf

TROPHY

 Moose | Mtn. Goat | Bighorn Sheep 
WATERFOWL

Ducks | Geese
UPLAND GAME / FURBEARERS

Rabbits and Hares Beaver | River Otter | Mink | Marten
 Muskrat | Red Fox | Skunk 
 Badger | Bobcat | Coyote 
Weasel | Raccoon | Wolf

Last Updated: September 25, 2015 
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