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    Idaho's Most Famous Outdoor Chef Offers Clinics on Field Dressing & Care of Wild Game

  • Cee Dub Offers Cinics on Field Dressing & Care for Wild Game
      Cee Dub is offering classes on how to prepare your wild game in the field, so your cooking efforts in camp will tast like the pro's. Cee Dub is well know throughout the Northwest for his dutchoven and camp cooking, but properly preparing game is the first thing that needs to be done. FIELD DRESSING & CARE OF GAME ANIMALS IN THE FIELD - Sept. 29, (1 Person) $25.00 TIME: 9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon LOCATION: IDFG HUNTER EDUCATION CENTER, 109 W. 44th, GARDEN CITY. COST: $ 25.00 – PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED (Minimum of ten people required for the class to be taught.) CLASS DESCRIPTION The class will include demonstrating an animal being field dressed, quartered, skinned and boned out. A domestic sheep will be used for the class. Participants will observe the animal being “field processed” from start to finish. Class discussion will include such topics as “how to” cool a carcass, alleviate insect damage caused by hornets/flies, store an animal carcass in camp, and tips for transporting it home. The instructor will also review/discuss Idaho statutes and regulations concerning tagging, transporting, and “wasteful destruction” of wildlife. Click Here To Learn More and Sign Up.

  • Post-Summit Web Page Takes Shape
      Idaho Fish and Game has begun to add video segments of the recent Idaho Wildlife Summit to its website.

      The Summit, August 24-26, was truly a watershed event for wildlife conservation and public participation in Idaho. Several hundred people participated directly, and 3,000 people from across the country and around the world watched and participated on-line.

      The entire event was recorded, and videos of guest speakers will be posted on the Fish and Game website as they become available at:http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/about/?getPage=320.

  • Fish and Game Seeks Comment on Draft Fish Plan

  • Fish & Game Seeks Comments on Proposed Fishing Rule Changes

  • Application Period for Controlled Hunts ends June 5th
      The application period for this fall's deer, elk, pronghorn, fall black bear and fall turkey controlled hunts runs through June 5.

      Hunters may apply for controlled hunts at any hunting and fishing license vendor, Fish and Game office; with a credit card by calling 1-800-55HUNT5; or online at http://fishandgame.idaho.gov. An additional fee is charged for telephone and Internet applications. Hunters must have a 2012 Idaho hunting license to apply.

      The 2011 harvest statistics and drawing odds for controlled hunts are available at http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/licenses/controlledHunts/ and in the Idaho Hunt Planner at http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/huntPlanner/.

      Hunters can use harvest statistics and drawing odds from the past 10 years to search for similar controlled hunts for this year.

  • Peregrine Falcon Nest Webcam Live in Downtown Boise
      The daily life of a wild peregrine falcon family in downtown Boise is once again on view via a web camera in the next box.

      This is the fourth year that the webcam has followed the daily activities at a nest box on the 14th floor of One Capital Center, 10th and Main streets. The webcam may be seen at: A http://peregrinefund.org/subsites/webcam-peregrine/.

      The nest box has been used each spring since 2003. Last year, four chicks successfully fledged from the nest, though one died about a month later from injuries suffered in a collision.

      The ledge where the nest box is located simulates the high, steep cliffs the falcons use in the wild. The falcons, which strictly eat other birds, prey on a plentiful supply of pigeons, mourning doves, starlings and other birds downtown.

  • F&G Commission Sets 2012 Big Game Seasons
      The Idaho Fish and Game Commission during a meeting Thursday, March 22, set big game seasons for 2012.

      The commissioners adopted Fish and Game staff recommendations for this fall's deer, elk, pronghorn, black bear, gray wolf and mountain lion hunts, and added a few changes of their own.

  • Vehicle, Equipment Auction Set
      A public auction of vehicles and other equipment used by Idaho Fish and Game is set for Wednesday, October 10, at Dealers Auto Auction, 3323 Port Street in Nampa. The auction will start at 3 p.m. This year's sale includes pickups, ATVs, travel trailers, boats and more. To contact Dealers Auto Auction call 208-463-8250, or visit the Internet at https://www.daaofidaho.com.


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