Elk Hunting in Idaho Unit 76-1 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Diamond Creek Zone

The goal for the Diamond Creek Zone is to increase elk numbers beyond current population estimates? While landowners in this zone experience agricultural crop and property damage, increasing and diversifying proactive measures to address these concerns...

Unit 76-1 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Diamond Creek Zone

Scores


Scores
User Scores
Ease of Drawing
87
 
87
Success
50
 
50
Trophy Potential
61
 
61
Public Access
77
 
77
Ease of Terrain
79
 
79
Room to Breathe
2
 
2
Opportunity
69
 
69
Convenience
0
 
N/A
Ease of Effort
54
 
54
70
HuntScore

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That portion of Unit 66A within the following boundary: Beginning at the Wyoming-Idaho border and Jackknife Road, then west on Jackknife Road, then south on the Cabin Creek-Haderlie Ridge Trail (Forest Service Trail 460) to the intersection of State Highway 34, then east to the Wyoming border, then north to the Jackknife Road; and that portion of Unit 76 within the following boundary: Beginning at the intersection of State Highway 34 and the Idaho-Wyoming border, then west approximately four miles to the mouth of the South Fork of Tincup Creek and Forest Service Trail 008, then south on Trail 008 to the Stump Creek Road, then south and east along Stump Creek Road to the Idaho-Wyoming border, then north along the Idaho-Wyoming border to the junction of State Highway 34.

Size

69 Square Miles (44,642 Acres)

Land Ownership

23% Private, 94% Public, 71% USFS, 6% BLM

Latitude/Longitude

42.9294, -111.0868

Amenities

There are 0 hospitals, 0 hotels, 0 campgrounds, and 0 grocery stores within a 20 mile radius.

Elk Notes


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Businesses Serving Elk Hunters In Unit 76-1 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Diamond Creek Zone


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Elk Drawing Stats (2020)


Total Quota
108
Licenses Drawn
108
Licenses Surplus
0
Resident Quota
108
Nonresident Quota
11
Landowner Quota
0
Youth Quota
0
86.1%
Overall Unit
1st Choice Draw Odds
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Stats Apply For Sex Manner Season Type Draw Odds HuntScore Notes
2116
F
ANY
C
86.1%
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Elk Harvest Stats (2020)


Total Hunters
79
Total Harvest
29
Harvest Male
0
Harvest Female
29
37%
Average Success
Manner Season Type Sex Hunters Harvest Male Female Youth
ALL
ALL
N/A 79 29
0
29
0
ANY
C
F
79 29
0
29
0
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Average Temps

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