A modern guide to antler hunting
I was a hardcore antler hunter in my younger days, but, through the years, have probably become more adept at finding shade as opposed to finding sheds. I do believe, however, that I still have a few tricks up my sleeve that could help you out with your wapiti quandary.
Many Idaho waters are open to fishing year round, so anglers can make the most of the year by focusing on times when fishing is at its best for certain waters.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are looking for volunteers who are enthusiastic about sharing the benefits of National Forest System Lands with visitors! Multiple openings for campground hosts across the forest are available.
Bowling, trapshooting, spring sports schedules.
Want to catch big fish? Of course you do, and if you want to consistently catch them, steelhead and salmon are your best bets. Let’s look at the tape, scale and ticker.
A good hunter, like many things in life, must have a solid foundation, so I would be glad to tackle your question. A quality hunting boot has several key features to consider and the first is durability.
Idaho Fish and Game Commission is seeking public feedback on a proposal to offer five tags for auction including one each for elk, mule deer, mountain goat, pronghorn, and moose. Public meetings will be held where people can speak directly with local Fish and Game staff about the proposal. The Clearwater Region meeting will be held Tuesday, March 1 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. at the Clearwater Regional Fish and Game office, 3316 16th St.
Anglers are encouraged to attend one of three public meetings to help develop the 2016 spring chinook salmon rules in the Clearwater Region (Clearwater, Snake, lower Salmon, and Little Salmon rivers).
Idaho Fish and Game, with assistance from USDA Wildlife Services, has completed wolf control actions in northern Idaho’s Lolo elk zone to improve elk survival in the area.
Board postpones tag auction vote, opposes auction mandate bill; Softball clinic slated; Apply now for bear, turkey controlled tags; Two more hunter ed spring courses on tap; Camas Prairie FNRA banquet is Friday; Lindsley PRs, wins.
Aerial gunning of wild wolves is under way in remote and rugged areas of the Clearwater National Forest, conducted by the federal Wildlife Services agency and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Defenders of Wildlife and Friends of the Clearwater noted Feb. 8. The agencies are using helicopters to kill wolves in the Lolo Zone, which covers portions of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. About 50 Lolo Zone wolves have been killed from the air since 2011.
This Presidents Weekend, Feb. 13-14, Meadows Valley will be hosting a two-day Snow Jamboree for snowmobilers of all ages. Based at the location of C&M Lumber, 3625 Walker Lane and Highway 55 in New Meadows, activities and events are planned for all.
Framing Our Community and the Dust Devils ATV Club are planning to add ADA access to all of the facilities at the new Elk City Trailhead constructed in 2015. This trailhead will provide year-around shelter, bathrooms, and fire pit and informational signage to recreationists in Elk City that is accessible to disabled veterans, senior citizens and others.
A motorized recreation group — well-known in other counties — is coordinating with the Clearwater Basin Collaborative (CBC) to propose and implement the Gem Trail, a 243-mile route from Avery to Elk City with several key stops in Idaho County: in Kamiah, Kooskia and Elk City.
In a few short months, the federal five-year post-delisting oversight window will close and Idaho will continue to sustainably manage its wolves.