Trappers may register online at https://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/education/?getPage=30.
A person must have a trapping license and attend a wolf trapper class before purchasing wolf trapping tags. Classes are offered in all regions of the state. But trappers must register to take the wolf trapper class.
The eight-hour class provides students with interactive, hands-on training from experienced, certified, volunteer trapper instructors. The curriculum includes wolf management; wolf trapping regulations and ethics; wolf habits and behavior; making, rigging and setting traps and snares; proper care for a wolf; reporting requirements.
The cost is $8 per student. Online registration includes an additional convenience fee of $1.24.
Register online or contact the regional office at 99 Highway 93 North, Salmon or call 208-756-2271.