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I am moving to Idaho soon. What kind of license (pertaining to hunting or fishing) would you guys suggest I get as soon as I hav

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  • I am moving to Idaho soon. What kind of license (pertaining to hunting or fishing) would you guys suggest I get as soon as I hav

    I am moving to Idaho soon. What kind of license (pertaining to hunting or fishing) would you guys suggest I get as soon as I have established residency there? I won't be any where near deer season: April...

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    I would just get a hunt & fish combo. Where in Idaho?

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      Get the sportsmans package, it's all your hunting tags and fishing permits, and is pretty darn cheap conisdering all the tags you will get.

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        Up north for work (a ranch), and then Nampa for college.

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