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When hunting season is open, camo is the color of choice! From waterfowl to turkey, elk and deer to bear, the McCall area is a prime basecamp for sportsmen and women.
To make sure you are visible to hunters that may be in the area, follow these general tips:
Be respectful and stay on the roads! Use of all OHVs (ATV/four-wheelers, UTVs/side-by-sides, and off-road motorcycles) is restricted to areas shown on the Payette National Forest’s Motor Vehicle Use Map. This map is also available for free at Payette National Forest offices. Some roads will be closed for the fall season to help protect vulnerable road surfaces, provide non-motorized hunting opportunities and prevent excessive motorized hunting pressure.
We know many of you who would camp out for the entire hunting season if you could. Just keep in mind that campsites on undeveloped parts of the forest may only be occupied (including by unoccupied RVs or camping equipment) for up to 18 consecutive days. After this period, camps must be relocated at least five miles away from the original site. Please note that stay limits on undeveloped areas of many national forest units and lands managed by other agencies are commonly only 14 days—please check with the responsible agency in advance. Fee campgrounds on Payette National Forest may only be occupied for 14 consecutive days.
Stay limit rules associated with campsites also apply to hunting blinds; they must be removed after 18 consecutive days. Also, construction of permanent or semi-permanent hunting blinds is not allowed. Failure to remove man-made components of hunting blinds is treated in the same manner as garbage left behind by visitors and is illegal.
Always pay careful attention to fire restrictions. Before you head out into the woods, be sure to check here. (http://www.idahofireinfo.com/p/fire-restrictions.html)