Idaho hunting

Idaho hunting, fishing licenses make handy gifts

by The Bellingham Herald  |  published on November 28, 2012

Looking for a gift any hunter or angler can use? How about gift certificates for 2013 hunting and fishing licenses or lottery tickets for Super Hunts?

For fishing and hunting licenses, the gift buyer must go to an Idaho Department of Fish and Game regional office to buy a gift certificate, which can later be redeemed.

Adult residents age 18 and over must show proof of residency to redeem the gift certificate. They they can only be redeemed at Fish and Game regional offices, not at license and tag vendors.

There are several license options, too. A resident hunting license costs $12.75, a fishing license, $25.75 and a combination license costs $33.50.

Seasonal licenses cost from $7.25 for junior hunting to $124.25 for the Sportsman’s Package.

The Sportsman’s Package includes hunting and fishing licenses; tags for deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, gray wolf, turkey, salmon and steelhead; and archery and muzzleloader permits.

Lifetime licenses range from $276.75 to $1,113, depending on the recipient’s age.

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