Hunt the beautiful Fort Hall Bottoms!
The Fort Hall Indian Reservation contains approximately 50,000 acres of wetland and agricultural land available for waterfowl and pheasant hunting. The Fort Hall Bottoms and American Falls Wetland Complex is part of the Snake River migration corridor of the Pacific Flyway and attracts thousands of ducks and geese throughout the fall and early winter. Canada Geese and Mallard Ducks are the most common species taken during the hunting season.
Pheasants are stocked twice during the hunting season to supplement a large breeding population. Bring your dog and hunting buddies, and enjoy a day of hunting surrounded by the natural beauty of the Fort Hall Bottoms.
Take advantage of these rare Waterfowl and Pheasant Hunting permits created exclusively for the guests of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.