IdahoTraditional Muzzleloader Question
Question: What and where is a traditional muzzleloader season?

Traditional muzzleloaders are those with external hammers, cap or flint, flowable powder or synthetic, iron sights, and patched round balls 50 caliber or larger. During traditional muzzleloader hunts, motor vehicles can be used only on public highways and improved highways which are open to public use.

There are three traditional hunts this year for elk. One is in the Beaverhead Zone, one in the Boise River Zone and one in the Bannock Zone. See pages 35, 37 and 39 in the big game rules for details.

NOTE: A controlled antelope hunt in Unit 47 is also traditional muzzleloader.

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