Idaho Hunting Lease
- Whitetail Deer, Elk, Mule Deer, Turkey
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Idaho is one of the largest state of US and is always considered to be the center of attention for the hunters because of its huge hunting lands size that is 34.8 million acres. It is almost 65.8% of the whole area of this state. According to an accurate estimate 22.2 acres hunting area is available for each hunters to hunt in this state. There are more hunting leases in this state than public hunting lands which make hunters decisions more difficult that on which land they want to hunt. The animals that are available for hunting in this state are Deer, Bear, Rabbit, elk, antelope, bighorn sheep, and many others. Additionally, weather conditions of this land represent that the weather is dry throughout the year so the hunters can schedule their hunting trips at any time of the year. Also, professional hunters always prefer hunting leases on hunting lands so that they do not face public crowd while hunting and can hunt in a good secure environment.
In Idaho there are hundreds of thousands of acres under management where hunters can hunt Deer, Bear, Waterfowl and many other big and small games. The minimum age to hunt in Idaho is 17. People who are underage do not require a hunting license to hunt but there must be some adult with them. Moreover, people with disabilities can also hunt on hunting leases in Idaho in their designated areas. As this state is over crowded with the people so it if difficult to hunt in this state as compared to the other states. Hunters always prefer private hunting lands in this state so that they do not encounter with public while hunting and their hunting activities do not get disturbed. Most of the hunters visit this state just to hunt Deer and collect the Deer antlers. Facilities that are available on hunting leases for hunters include luxurious restrooms, camp grounds, toilets, tuck shops, and fresh drinking water. Lastly, other activities that can be performed on these lands other than hunting are fishing, trapping, horseback riding, skiing, and wildlife viewing.
In Idaho there are more than 1,000 timber company hunting lands are those which are either under the possession of private owners and companies. In order to hunt on any hunting lease the minimum person age is 17 & a valid permit and license are also compulsory. Hunting leases are not open to public so the hunters do not face crowd while hunting. Hunting from vehicle is not allowed in hunting leases. The use of motor vehicles is only allowed for the people with disabilities. Hunters can find the location of any hunting land through a hunting map book. Some lands need prior registration for hunting that can be done online and some require on-site registration. Moreover, hunters can bring their pets on hunting lands but they must possess a slip of their recent vaccination. There are designated areas for camping on hunting leases and camping for more than 21 consecutive days in any 30-day period is prohibited. Luxurious restrooms are also available for hunters to stay. Additionally, hunters are not allowed to bring any kind of alcoholic drinks and drugs on hunting leases. Lastly, activities that can be done on these lands other than hunting include fishing, trapping, hiking, skiing and horseback riding.