Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 36
FISH AND GAME
CHAPTER 10
STATE BOUNDARY WATERS — RECIPROCAL AGREEMENTS
36-1001.  Idaho, Oregon, Washington boundary waters — Snake River — Reciprocity. (a) Oregon, Idaho Boundary Waters. The right to fish, hunt, or trap in the waters or on the islands of the Snake River where said river forms the boundary line between the state of Oregon and the state of Idaho by the holder of either a valid Oregon or Idaho license therefor in accordance with the laws and rules of the respective state is hereby recognized and made lawful.
(b)  Washington, Idaho Boundary Waters. The right to fish or hunt in the waters or on the islands of the Snake River where said river forms the boundary line between the state of Idaho and the state of Washington by the holder of a valid Idaho or Washington license therefor in accordance with the fish and game laws of the respective state is hereby recognized and made lawful.
(c)  Purpose and Limitation. The purpose of this section is to avoid the conflict, confusion and difficulty of an attempt to find the exact locations of the state boundary in or on said waters and on said islands of the Snake River. Provided, however, nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize:
1.  The holder of an Oregon or Washington license to fish, hunt or trap on the shoreline, sloughs or tributaries on the Idaho side of the Snake River, except by agreement as provided for in section 36-1003(b), Idaho Code.
2.  The holder of an Idaho license to angle, hunt or trap on the shoreline, sloughs or tributaries on the Oregon or Washington side of the Snake River, except by agreement as provided for in section 36-1003(b), Idaho Code.
3.  The holder of licenses for both Idaho and Oregon or for both Idaho and Washington to exercise the privileges of both such licenses at the same time.

History:
[36-1001, added 1976, ch. 95, sec. 2, p. 352; am. 1983, ch. 70, sec. 1, p. 155.]


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