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ALERT: Idaho House approves decrease in nonresident tags, but increase in fees - posted 1 month ago

Phill g. Spot on. As a non res this is sickening. "Overcrowding"? 10% of the elk hunters kill 90% of the elk. But non residents are paying 50% of the bill. More residents hunt Idaho than non residents and I understand every one wants their own little honey hole where the elk are numerous and the other hunters are non existent, but if you're hunting on public ground that's not going to happen. It's PUBLIC! Hint farther and harder. That goes for any game in any state. Non residents dont come there and just use your "resources", they buy groceries, gas, souvenirs, etc. They support your local businesses(Kauffman I would hope that your not that stupid to realize we as non residents bring more to the table than just using your land and rivers). If population of elk is the concern here, focus on the real problems. Private, or inaccessible landlocked ground or the major problem, your predators. Wolves, lions and bears. Start concentrating on eliminating more of those three and watch all your ungulates rebound. Don't take it out on us. Raise the resident fees. Were 70% of your hunters come from. The more restrictions and less opportunities and higher costs will just drive away your non residents. The same thing that is happening in Colorado. License fees have gone up and non residents have quit coming. I personally know about a dozen hunters just here in Pennsylvania that will no longer go to Colorado for that reason. Idaho seriously needs to rethink their new strategy

Publish your HUNT stories on goHUNT - posted 3 years ago

Do you have to be a insider to submit a story?

Female hunter becomes the hunted - posted 4 years ago

We hunt, thats what we do. And as long as its a legal and ethical hunt we should never be ashamed or feel threatend. Its easy to talk behind someone or over social media. Keep posting girls and every other hunter out there. Im behind you all

Are precision guided rifles smart technology? - posted 5 years ago

This is not hunting. Hunting is meant to be a special experience where predator and prey both work hard to outsmart the other. Te hunt should be a challenge. Not a video game. Technology has its places to advance. This is NOT one of them. Keep it pure and fair for the game you chase.

Arizona's prized hunting areas may close - posted 5 years ago

We as sportsmen cant let this happen. The strip is legendary for monster muleys. I would love to hunt here one day. Not to mention think of the non residents apps that wont be submitted. Wildlife will suffer from lack of funding