Beaver Creek Guide

Guide created on 2017-11-06


Place Exceptions

Beaver

Method:
Special Closures See Special
Dates:
All year
Special:
Franklin County: Logan R. drainage including the Beaver Cr. and White’s Cr. drainages - CLOSED. Birch Creek Drainage above the Forest Service boundary - CLOSED.

Otter

Method:
Special Closures See Special
Dates:
All year
Special:
Franklin County: Logan R. drainage including the Beaver Cr. and White’s Cr. drainages - CLOSED. Birch Creek Drainage above the Forest Service boundary - CLOSED.

County Exceptions

Badger

Dates:
All year
License:
Hunting license
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset

Marten

Method:
Special Closures See Special
Dates:
All year
Special:
Bear Lake & Franklin Counties: CLOSED

Pheasant

License:
Hunting license and a Wildlife Management Area Upland Game Bird Permit
Bag Limit:
3 cocks
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Possession Limit:
9 cocks

License:
Youth Hunting License
Bag Limit:
3 cocks
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Possession Limit:
9 cocks
Method:
Youth Hunt Only
Special:
All youth hunters must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older. One adult may accompany more than one youth hunter

Ruffed grouse

Dates:
Open Season
License:
Hunting license
Bag Limit:
4 in the aggregate
Possession Limit:
12 in the aggregate
Special:
Upland Game Bird Forest Grouse: Dusky (Blue), Ruffed, and Spruce

Sharp-tailed grouse

Method:
Specific Closures see special
Dates:
Closed All Year
Special:
West of Interstate 15 The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is surveying the state for mountain quail. This bird was once common in the western part of Idaho but now exists only in small scattered populations. We need your help in determining the status and distribution of these birds. Please report any sighting you make as soon as possible to your nearest Fish & Game office. What to Look For: Long straight head plume Chestnut throat (not black like California quail)Vertical white bars on sides Most common on brushy mountain slopes or in brushy forest

Dates:
Open Season
License:
Hunting license
Bag Limit:
2
Possession Limit:
6
Method:
Specific Closures see special
Special:
Upland Game Bird Bingham and Clark counties east of Interstate 15, Franklin, Fremont, Jefferson counties east of Interstate 15, Madison, and Teton counties, Bonneville County east of Interstate 15, Bannock County east of Interstate 15 and south of Interstate 86, Bear Lake, Caribou, Cassia counties east of Interstate 84 and that portion west of Interstate 84 south of the Malta-Sublett Road and east of the Malta-Strevell Road, Franklin, Oneida, and Power counties south of Interstate 86.

Fox

Dates:
All year
License:
Hunting license
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset

Spruce grouse

Dates:
Open Season
License:
Hunting license
Bag Limit:
4 in the aggregate
Possession Limit:
12 in the aggregate
Special:
Upland Game Bird Forest Grouse: Dusky (Blue), Ruffed, and Spruce

Blue grouse

Dates:
Open Season
License:
Hunting license
Bag Limit:
4 in the aggregate
Possession Limit:
12 in the aggregate
Special:
Upland Game Bird Forest Grouse: Dusky (Blue), Ruffed, and Spruce

Bobwhite quail

Dates:
Closed All Year

California quail

Dates:
Closed All Year

Gray partridge

License:
Youth Hunting License
Bag Limit:
8
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Possession Limit:
24

Chukar

License:
Youth Hunting License
Bag Limit:
8
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Possession Limit:
24

Dusky grouse

Dates:
Open Season
License:
Hunting license
Bag Limit:
4 in the aggregate
Possession Limit:
12 in the aggregate
Special:
Upland Game Bird Forest Grouse: Dusky (Blue), Ruffed, and Spruce

Hunting license

Dates:
All year
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Special:
Southeast Region: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, and Power counties

Dates:
All year
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Special:
Southeast Region: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, and Power counties

Dates:
All year
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Special:
Southeast Region: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, and Power counties

Dates:
All year
When Hour:
one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Special:
Southeast Region: Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, and Power counties

State-wide Species Available

All Other Fish Species
Arctic Graylings
Badger
Bass
Bear Lake Sculpin
Beaver
Black Crappie
Blueback Salmon
Bluegill
Blue Grouse
Bluehead Sucker
Bobcat
Bobwhite Quail
Brook Trout
Brown Trout
Bullfrog
Bullhead
Bull Trout
Burbot
California Quail
Catfish
Chinook Salmon
Chiselmouth
Chukar
Coho Salmon
Cottontail Rabbit
Crayfish
Cutthroat Trout
Dusky Grouse
Fox
Gambel's Quail
Golden Trout
Gray Partridge
Kokanee Salmon
Lake Trout
Largemouth Bass
Leatherside Chub
Lynx
Mackinaw Trout
Marten
Mink
Minnows
Mountain Quail
Mountain Whitefish
Mule Deer
Muskrat
Northern Bobwhite Quail
Northern Pike
Northern Pikeminnow
Northern Squawfish
Otter
Pacific Lamprey
Pheasant
Protected Nongame Fish
Pygmy Rabbit
Rainbow Trout
Ring-necked Pheasant
Ruffed Grouse
Sage-grouse
Sage Grouse
Salmon
Sand Roller
Sharp-Tailed Grouse
Shoshone Sculpin
Smallmouth Bass
Sockeye Salmon
Splake
Spruce Grouse
Steelhead
Sturgeon
Sunapee
Tiger Muskie
Tiger Trout
Trout
Trout Hybrids
Turkey
Utah Chub
Walleye
White-Tailed Deer
White Crappie
White Fish
Whitefish
White Sturgeon
Wood River Sculpia
Yellow Perch

Weather Forecast

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