Idaho Hunting News

Wyoming Fines Some That Falsified Dual Residency Information
In a coordinated project with wildlife investigators from Utah, Colorado and Idaho, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has issued more than 120 citations resulting in fines of more than $36,000.
Idaho Super Hunt Tickets Available
Now it's even easier to enter for a chance to win the hunt of a lifetime. Idaho Fish and Game has changed the way it conducts the Super Hunt - starting with the first drawing next year, it will all be done electronically.
How Old is My Mule Deer?
How old is my mule deer? That's one of the more common questions asked by the public at a Fish and Game check station this time of year.
Some Idaho Wolf Zones Nearing Limit
Wolf harvest is nearly at the limits in the Palouse-Hells Canyon and the Southern Mountains wolf zones - each zone has one wolf left until they close.
RMEF Continues Fight for Wolf Management
Responding to the latest legal wrangling by environmental groups, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation again has entered into federal court an amicus curiae brief supporting wolf population management via state-regulated hunting in Idaho and Montana.
Idaho FGC Extends Wolf Hunt
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Thursday, November 19, extended wolf hunting seasons in all Idaho wolf zones not already closed to March 31.
North America's Hottest Trophy Areas
Which areas of North America have produced the most Boone and Crockett trophies so far in the new millennium?
Wildlife Decoys Used to Catch Illegal Hunters
Wildlife decoys were first used by game wardens in Wisconsin in the 1940s and by other wildlife agencies across North America ever since.
Two More Wolf Tags Awarded in Idaho
The Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus (CSF) was recently awarded Idaho Wolf Conservation Tag Number One, and the Idaho Sportsmen's Caucus Advisory Council (ISCAC) was awarded tag number six for use during the 2009 inaugural gray wolf hunting season.
Senators Fight Ban of Traditional Ammo in National Parks
A letter signed by numerous United States senators to Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar raising important questions about actions by the National Park Service (NPS) to ban the use of traditional ammunition in parks . . .