Eye On Boise

Idaho Fish & Game chief questioned in hunting trespass case

Idaho's Fish & Game director, Cal Groen, and his hunting companions have been questioned regarding a reported trespassing incident in the Elk City area, the Fish & Game Department reports. Here's the department's press release:

Idaho Fish and Game Director Cal Groen has notified the Fish and Game Department that he and hunting companions have been questioned regarding a reported trespass incident in the Elk City area. The incident involves Groen in his personal, and not his official capacity. Fish and Game officials have not been involved in the investigation of the incident. The Idaho County Sheriff and Idaho County Prosecutor are in charge of investigation and reviewing the matter. Fish and Game reminds all hunters of the importance of knowing their hunting ground and to ask first before each hunting season to ensure they have appropriate permission to hunt on any private property.




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