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Idaho Hunting Guides and Outfitters – Small to Big Game Hunting

Idaho hunting guides and outfitters offer trips for a variety of animals. From small game bird like duck, goose, pheasant, quail, and turkey, to big game like mule deer, sheep, elk, antelope, bear, mountain lion, moose, and goat. Hunting-Trips-R-Us has gone to great lengths to help our fellow sportsmen plan an Idaho adventure that they will remember. There are links to each hunting guide and outfitter listed below that will be able to help schedule your next trip to Idaho, as well as supply shops, taxidermy services, and Lodge or Hotel Accommodations.

Idaho Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Idaho Hunting

The Idaho Hunting Guides or Outfitters listed below will be able to help you in any questions you may have with the services they provide.
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Keep in mind the climate when you hunt in Idaho as well as the lay of the land. You will need to visit each website listed above to see what small game and big game they hunt, and to see what openings the guides or outfitters have for their next hunting trip. Or you can take a look at the links below to go straight to the guide that hunts the big game or small game that your are most interested in.

Sawtooth Wilderness Outfitters

Boulder Creek Outfitters

Russell Pond Outfitters

Castle Creek Outfitters

Bitterroot Elk and Big Game

The Loders Panhandle Outfitters

Heavens Gate Outfitters

Flying B Ranch

Middle Fork Outfitters

Kohis Outfitting

Wind River Outfitters

Idaho Cayuse Outfitting

Silver Spur Outfittters and Lodge Inc.

B bar C Outfitters

Shepp Ranch Outfitters

Elk Springs Outfitters

AW Adventure Institute

Wild Idaho Outfitters

Bighorn Outfitters

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Many Types of Big Game and Small Game Animals in Idaho

There are many types of big game and small game animals to hunt in Idaho. Not all of the hunting guides and outfitters will be able to hunt each animal listed. Their website should describe what animals they hunt and any additional information you may need.

Big Game Animals

Small Game Animals

Game Birds

  • Coyote

You should be able to find the answer to any questions you have on the websites of each Idaho hunting guide or outfitter for your next trip. If you can not find the information on the big game or small game you are looking for, their email or phone number should be listed on each website.

Idaho Hunting Supply Shops, Taxidermy Services, and Lodging or Hotel Accommodations

Links to Idaho hunting supply shops, taxidermy services, and lodge or hotel accommodations are supplied below. Weather you hunt with a rifle, bow {archery}, muzzleloader, shotgun, or a shotgun slug. Hunting-Trips-R-Us has also included other links below to help complete your next trip to Idaho.

Supply Stores for Idaho Hunters

Each Idaho supply store listed should be able to help most hunters in their area with any equipment they may need for small or big game.

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Taxidermy Services in Idaho for Animal Mounts

Listed are Idaho taxidermists offered for mounting small or big game.

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Idaho Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

Idaho hunting lodging or hotel accommodation for hunters and their families.

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Idaho Hunting Licenses, Season Schedule, Terrain, and Weather

Idaho guides and outfitters will be able to supply you with additional information on the hunting licenses, season schedule, and any specific dates. Here are two links for the states Licenses and Hunting Season schedule that should help you with the information you need for your next hunt.

Idaho Hunting License

Idaho Hunting Season Schedule

United States Weather

Idaho is considered one of the Mountain states, and is bounded by Canada in the north, Montana and Wyoming on the east, Utah and Nevada on the south, and Washington and Oregon on the west. The climate is normally dry, but can reach temperatures of over 100 degrees in the summer. With over 83,000 square miles it has much to offer the hunter. The Idaho hunting guides and outfitters listed should be able to help you plan your next trip.

In the southern and western sections of Idaho midsummer temperatures have been known to reach 112 degrees, but the dry air tends to moderate the effect of the heat. The winters in this sheltered area are mild, and the temperature, owing to equable winds from the Pacific, seldom falls below zero. The northern and eastern sections experience their greatest extremes in winter, when the temperature there may drop to 30 degrees below zero.

The Rocky Mountains and the Plains cover the state. The Rocky Mountains cover the greater part of Idaho south of the panhandle. The highest of the state’s peaks is Mount Borah at 12,655 feet, in the Lost River Range. The south-central and western sections of the state are included in the Columbia Plateau. This gigantic uplift was once covered with lava flows, which became so warped and faulted that the surface is today covered with innumerable ridges, crevices, dikes, and batholiths. The state offers much to a hunter and should be taken advantage of on your next trip.

Each guide and outfitter can give you additional information about specific small game and big game animals hunting in their area, along with what the weather is for their part of the state.

Hunting-Trips-R-Us Hopes Everyone has a Successful Adventure

We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us have strived to help our visitors, who are looking for small game as well as big game hunting trips in Idaho. By visiting our website you can locate outfitters and guides throughout the state. The links to each guide and outfitter are companies that want your business. We at Hunting-Trips-R-Us cannot be responsible for any company listed. This is a “Hunting Directory” and these links are for advertising purposes only.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

An Idaho hunting trip could be your next choice. Consider the different weather conditions of the state, along with the lay of the land. Just take a look at the links to the guides and outfitters that we have listed. Each will offer different small and big game to choose from. Picking the right Idaho hunting guide or outfitter may be the key for your next great trip.