Are you interested in fly fishing in North Idaho but need to learn the basics? I found a great YouTube channel through Mad River Outfitters – taught by Brian Flechsig of Mad River Outfitters. This series is sure to get you out on the water and fishing in no time!
Are you interested in getting your license to hunt in North Idaho?
You can start here by taking your hunter’s education course online.
How do I get my Idaho Hunter Education Certificate?
1. Study and pass the Idaho Department of Fish and Game–
Approved online course. Study and pass the $24.50 course. Throughout the Idaho Hunter Ed Course, you’ll be tested on what you’ve learned.
2. Print your Hunter Education Certificate. After successfully completing the online course, you’ll be able to immediately print out your Hunter Education Certificate.
3. Get your Hunter Education Certificate. You’ll be mailed your permanent Hunter Education Certificate by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
GET STARTED CLICK HERE >>> https://hunter-ed.com/idaho/
IDAHO FISH AND GAME – https://idfg.idaho.gov/
There is so much to do in North Idaho in the Spring and Summer: From hiking, fly-fishing, kayaking, hunting, boating, rock climbing, etc. One of the most popular is biking.
Click on the link below for some terrific bike rides, including a pair of rail-to-trail rides among the best in the nation: the 70-mile Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes, and the amazing Route of the Hiawatha with 10 tunnels and 7 high trestles.
However busy you want to be with outdoor entertainment, the options are endless.
Want to take a stroll, or a vigorous hike, or a multi-day backpack deep into the wilderness? You can do that in North Idaho – many times over. There are literally hundreds of hikes and walks on maintained trails in our community parks, national and state forests and backcountry lands. Click below for some of the favorite walks and hikes in our region, with the details you need to go do them, now! For even more trails, go to the Idaho Panhandle National Forest hiking page.