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ALERT: Idaho House approves decrease in nonresident tags, but increase in fees -
posted 1 month ago
I am not from ID. I have hunted there the past two years. I love it! Last year where I went it was crowded to say the least and that ruined my hunt. So even with my ultra tiny sample size of experiences I can see why a lot of other guys would be complaining. And I can understand how a resident would feel more entitled to the opportunities there than an out of stater even though that's a flawed perspective.
If we're being honest, this is the first step in fixing the problem, per Rep Giddings, “Idaho could reduce its wolf population, to promote more elk and deer survival.” I have an archery tag to hunt ID this year. I'm looking into a wolf tag too. Anyone willing to help me out with that there it would be much appreciated. I'll be in the Pioneer Zone.
February INSIDER Giveaway: 5 Mathews VXR Bows! -
posted 2 months ago
PIck me! 31.5 please!!
Kristen A. Schmitt