In this video you will learn how to breakdown the Idaho hunting regulations. Hunting regulations are much easier to read and understand when you remove the information that does not pertain to the animal you are hunting.
Once you decide what animal you want to hunt, look for information related to that animal only. Don’t try to fill your brain with confusion by trying to retain the whole book.
In this video I use the scenario that I want to hunt a whitetail only, near my home, with a rifle. You will see how I took a 120 page book and broke it down to about 16 pages.
Hunting regulations are different in every state, but there is help if you need it. Contact your local wildlife agency and ask questions. Their job is to help you manage the animal populations. If you need a link to your state agency, check out fishwildlife.org.
Are you looking for a resource that can help you learn how to hunt? Check out my book Learn to Hunt: 10 Steps to Hunting Success. You can get a free copy at greenhornhunting.com/starthunting.
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