Tell the state legislature what you think about hot button outdoor issues affecting your hunting and fishing rights. A series of hearings regarding increased access for hunters and anglers in Idaho is scheduled to take place this week.

On Monday, January 23, Idaho Fish and Game staff educated legislators on the history of Access Yes, Landowner Appreciation Permits, bonus points and proposals which affect hunting and fishing access. Organized sports groups and large landowners have an opportunity to voice their opinion on these issues to legislators on Wednesday, January 25. And on Friday, January 27, legislators will hear public testimony.

To contribute your two cents, get yourself to the Gold Room in the Statehouse by 1:30 p.m.

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