Idaho Hunting News

Idaho Women in Hunting Clinic June 20
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has scheduled a hunting clinic to introduce the sport of hunting to women and to help female hunters further their hunting skills.
Idaho F&G 21x Deer Hunt
What is the 21x deer hunt? Dead deer along the side of roads in Salmon Region are a common sight.
RMEF Praises Wolf Delisting
America is well past the day when keystone predators can be left unmanaged. That's why the May 4 formal delisting of gray wolves in Idaho and Montana is drawing praise from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, as well as encouragement for the same action in Wyoming.
Idaho Wolf Delisting Now Final
The federal rule that removes gray wolves in Idaho from the endangered species list became final, Monday, May 4.
Idaho Controlled Hunt Apps Now Accepted
The application period for this fall's deer, elk, pronghorn and black bear controlled hunts is open and runs through June 5.
Idaho Moose, Sheep, Goat Applications
April is not just tax month; it's also the month to apply for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat hunts.
Omnibus Public Land Management Act Sent to President
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, sending the most significant collection of conservation measures to come before Congress in a quarter of a century to President Obama for his signature.
Idaho F&G Seeking Public Comments on Big Game Seasons
Idaho Fish and Game is seeking public comments on proposed changes in big game seasons for 2009.
Gray Wolf Delisted in Northern Rocky Mountains
Idaho Fish and Game officials welcomed the announcement Friday, March 6, that Interior Secretary Ken Salazar affirmed the decision to delist the gray wolf in the Northern Rocky Mountains.
Idaho Bighorn Sheep Permit Auction Brings in $120,000
An Oregon hunter who is remaining anonymous has paid $120,000 for Idaho's auction bighorn sheep permit.