FISH AND GAME
36-1905. Myrtle Creek preserve. There is hereby created within the boundaries of Boundary County, within the state of Idaho, a wildlife preserve to be known as Myrtle Creek preserve, the boundaries of which are as follows: beginning at the southwest corner of section 23, township 62 north, range 1 west of the Boise meridian; thence north along the west line of section 23 to the summit of the ridge between Myrtle Creek and Cascade Creek, thence northwesterly along this ridge to Burton Peak, then westerly along the summit of the ridge between Myrtle Creek and Ball Creek to Myrtle Peak, then southerly around the head of Myrtle Creek following the summit of the ridge between Myrtle Creek and Two Mouth Creek, to Harrison Peak, then following the summit of the ridge between Myrtle Creek and Snow Creek in an easterly direction to a point approximately 1 mile east of Kootenai Point where this ridge intersects the east line of section 28, township 62 north, range 1 west of the Boise meridian; thence in a northeasterly direction to the point of beginning.
Fishing restricted. In addition to the provisions of section 36-1902, Idaho Code, it shall be unlawful for any person at any time to fish within the boundaries of the aforesaid Myrtle Creek preserve. Provided that the Idaho fish and game commission may, after receiving concurrent written approval from the Idaho department of environmental quality and the Bonners Ferry city council, open certain waters and lands lying within the Myrtle Creek preserve to hunting, fishing or trapping during prescribed seasons. Provided further that any fish eradication treatment of waters in the Myrtle Creek preserve by the Idaho department of fish and game shall be undertaken only with the concurrent written permission of the Idaho department of environmental quality and the Bonners Ferry city council and under the direct supervision of the Idaho department of environmental quality.
[36-1905, added 1976, ch. 95, sec. 2, p. 375; am. 2001, ch. 103, sec. 11, p. 263.]