Elk Hunting in Idaho Unit 50-2 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Pioneer Zone

Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

Unit 50-2 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Pioneer Zone

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Scores
User Scores
Ease of Drawing
88
 
88
Success
52
 
52
Trophy Potential
0
 
N/A
Public Access
86
 
86
Ease of Terrain
72
 
72
Room to Breathe
55
 
55
Opportunity
20
 
20
Convenience
22
 
22
Ease of Effort
55
 
55
73
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Size

1,122 Square Miles (718,483 Acres)

Land Ownership

13% Private, 97% Public, 62% USFS, 23% BLM, 1% State

Latitude/Longitude

43.8481, -113.6978

Amenities

There are 0 hospitals, 2 hotels, 3 campgrounds, and 1 grocery stores within a 20 mile radius.

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Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

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The quality of your hunt depends on you. Preseason scouting, preparation for the environmental conditions, and physical conditioning are important factors. The success and quality of your hunt will likely increase with the distance from your vehicle and roads.

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