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Annual fur auction set for saturday in Idaho Falls

Posted April 22, 2014 By NewsEngine

The fur sale is set for Saturday, April 26 at the Idaho Fish and Game Upper Snake Region office in Idaho Falls.

Items may be viewed beginning at 8:30 a.m., with the live auction beginning at 10 a.m. The sale will be conducted at 4279 Commerce Circle, Idaho Falls, by Prime Time Auctions Inc.

Auction items include furs, whole carcasses, antlers, skulls and other items. All items were either seized as evidence or salvaged. All carcasses are considered unfit for human consumption and are sold for use of the non-edible portions only.

Elk, deer and moose antlers may be sold as small bundles by weight or as single sets attached to skull plates.
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Spring bear seasons are open

Posted April 22, 2014 By NewsEngine

Idaho offers black bear hunting opportunities in both the Spring and the Fall. Spring hunting seasons for black bear opened on April 15 throughout the Idaho Panhandle Region.

Season ending dates vary by unit. In units 2, 3 and 5 the season closes May 15. Units 1, 4, and 4A close May 31. The higher elevation units close later with unit 6 open through June 30. Units 7 and 9 close July 31. Hunters may use a second bear tag and electronic calls in units 4, 6, 7 and 9 where bear numbers are higher than population objectives and predation is depressing deer and elk numbers.

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game would like to remind hunters to carefully identify their target before shooting. Only black bears may be hunted, however grizzly bears could be encountered throughout much of the Panhandle. Grizzlies are protected by state and federal law.
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SANTA FE – Hunters who applied for New Mexico big-game licenses can look up their draw results Wednesday thanks to the paperless, all-online system that allows the Department of Game and Fish to process applications faster than ever.

Applicants can view their draw results beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday from their accounts on the Department website, www.wildlife.state.nm.us. The Department sent e-mail messages to successful applicants, informing them that they can print out receipts and licenses from their online account. Unsuccessful applicants will begin receiving license-fee refunds this week.

Draw results also will be available Wednesday by telephone by calling the Department’s toll-free information line, (888) 248-6866.
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