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Looking Forward to Idaho Units 27 & 28 Fall 2016 Hunts

It seems like just yesterday we were pulling out of spring bear camp and here it is now the middle of August. We are only days away from setting baits, 2 weeks away from fall bear season and one month away from all our fall combo hunts.

If you are hunting with us this fall, thank you! If you have any last minute questions please take the time to call and visit with us.

Also, if you are hunting elk or deer with us and have not started some sort of exercise program, you still have plenty of time. Even walking a little more than you usually do is really a good idea. The “Frank” is a place that can be very humbling. Keep in mind that our fall camp is at 8,300 feet so altitude can be a factor and building lung capacity by exercising is your best defense. Again, if you have any questions as you prepare for your hunt with Wild Idaho, please do not hesitate to contact us.

TwinPeaksSunsetcropThe picture on the left is a great view of the Twin Peaks and the skyline that create the southeast boundary of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. It is behind those peaks that all the magic happens this fall with Wild Idaho. We are glad you are joining us. We hope your adventure here in Idaho is a truly memorable one.

If you are not hunting with us, but are hunting somewhere in the west, good for you for getting out and enjoying your public lands and fishing and hunting opportunities funded entirely by you the sportsman!

It is true that sportsmen and -women are the conservationists and as the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation espouses, Hunting is Conservation.

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