Elk Hunting in Idaho Unit 21A-1 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Salmon Zone

Population objectives for the Salmon Zone are designed to allow the elk population to increase from current levels to reach biological carrying capacity while not exceeding social carrying capacity?

Unit 21A-1 (Controlled Hunt Oppty.): Salmon Zone

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Scores
User Scores
Ease of Drawing
85
 
85
Success
64
 
64
Trophy Potential
0
 
N/A
Public Access
70
 
70
Ease of Terrain
73
 
73
Room to Breathe
49
 
49
Opportunity
22
 
22
Convenience
32
 
32
Ease of Effort
41
 
41
70
HuntScore

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Size

1,028 Square Miles (658,079 Acres)

Land Ownership

29% Private, 99% Public, 66% BLM, 4% State

Latitude/Longitude

44.8752, -113.6173

Amenities

There are 0 hospitals, 0 hotels, 4 campgrounds, and 2 grocery stores within a 20 mile radius.

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Population objectives for the Salmon Zone are designed to allow the elk population to increase from current levels to reach biological carrying capacity while not exceeding social carrying capacity?

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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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