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IDFG seeks comment on fishing rules

 
August 4, 2021
 

By Martin Koenig
IDFG Natural Resource Program Coordinator

Idaho Fish and Game is asking for public comment on potential changes for the update of the fishing regulations booklet for next the three-year cycle, 2022-2024. Anglers can find a complete list of the proposals and their explanations on the Fish and Game website on the “Public Comment” webpage.

Comments will be accepted until 10 p.m. Pacific, Sunday, August 29.

"Angler surveys like this are one of many steps we take when considering changes to fishing rules," said Fish and Game Fisheries Bureau Chief Lance Hebdon. "It’s one way we can help ensure our fisheries program is providing what anglers want."

The proposals are organized by each region, similar to the fishing regulations booklet. Anglers should review the proposals and answer the brief survey questions to show which options they prefer.

In addition, some anglers may be randomly selected to receive a survey invitation by email about certain topics.

The Fish and Game Commission will consider all input on these proposed changes when they meet in November to set general fishing seasons and limits starting in 2022.
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