HUNTING — Idaho's 2013-2014 wolf hunting seasons begin July 1 in the Panhandle Zone, but only on private land.
Actually, wolf hunting season is open year-round on private lands in the Panhandle, but seasons in the rest of the state take a hiatus during summer.
The wolf hunting seasons that are still open throughout the rest of the state close on June 30 and reopen on Aug. 30.
See details and exceptins in the new wolf hunting and trapping seasons and rules posted on the Fish and Game website.
The wolf trapping season opens Nov. 15 in eight wolf zones and Feb. 1 in one additional zone.
Wolf hunters may use five tags, with no overall harvest limit.
Wolf tags are available for $11.50 for Idaho residents and $31.75 for nonresidents. Wolf hunting tags are valid for a calendar year; trapping tags are valid July 1 through June 30.
The 2012-2013 wolf hunting season closes June 30. As of June 24, hunters had taken 200 wolves, and trappers 120, for a total of 320 wolves.