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Outdoors Briefs for June 10, 2010

| June 10, 2010 9:00 PM

Bradley to give expedition June 19

COEUR d'ALENE - Tim Bradley, considered one of the world's top trap shooters, will give an expedition at 1 p.m. June 19 at the Coeur d'Alene Skeet and Trap Club, 1879 W. Miles Ave.

Bradley will also be at Black Sheep Sporting Goods in Coeur d'Alene at 10 a.m. that day to give a presentation and talk about trap shooting.

Both free events are open to the public.


IDFG Commission to meet in July

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission during a July meeting in Kellogg will consider additional methods in taking wolves and other changes to big game rules.

The commissioners will meet July 7-9 at the Silver Mountain Resort and a public comment period will start at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 7.

The agenda includes a list of proposed rules that would:

• Allow the use of sabots in muzzleloader-only hunts.

• Prohibit the use of radio telemetry to locate game animals - the rule would not prohibit telemetry use on hunting dogs.

• Prohibit shooting upland game from boats.

• Establish a bonus point system.

• Change some upland game seasons.

• Change the landowner appreciation program.

Other proposed rule changes would:

• Change methods of take for wolves to include allowing foothold traps, electronic calls and wolves incidentally encountered at bear bait.

• Extend mandatory check-in for wolves to 72 hours to report a kill and 10 days to check skull and hide.

• Allow depredation hunts for big game to include bears and wolves.

The commission agenda also includes nonresident deer and elk tag quotas; nonresident deer and elk tag outfitter set-aside; season setting for sandhill cranes; a briefing for 2011-2012 fishing seasons; consider release of bighorn sheep and wolf tags for auction and lottery; commission direction on the expenditure of Animal Damage Control funds; legislative proposals; migratory game birds briefing; and fiscal 2012 budget direction.

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