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Old 05-10-2011, 02:38 PM
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The lower parts of the state....at the widest northern parts...on west AND east edge...have TERRIBLE fawn and even doe survival rates...check the Idaho fish and game website before you put in for these areas. just my .02...

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Old 05-20-2016, 03:40 PM
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I would say unit 54 in Southern Idaho South of twin falls is the best Archerys unit or rifle unit for that matter..Hard to draw however..
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By your criptic description, do you mean approximately from the Salmon River on the south, to the Lochsa/Clearwater River to the north? If so, for the most part, wilderness area, and little human population to control predators. Wolves, bears, and cougars are hard on wildlife. There haven't been very hard winters in 5 years here.
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Old 05-24-2016, 04:39 PM
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I hunted Western Montana for 29 years and had great success for moose, mtn. goats,deer,elk and bear. In recent discussion with former hunting friends the lolo/selway/lochsa elk herd is apparently down to about ten percent of what it was pre-wolf. someone drove the back road throughHall (going from Drummond to Phillipsburg to Anaconda) and saw a few elk staying in around the farms, near the roads and streams to stay away from the wolf pack. They see little hope for the future.
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