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Jon Heggen

Enforcement Bureau Chief

Idaho Fish n Hunt

HQ Phone:  (208) 939-0321

Direct Phone: (208) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.gov

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Idaho Fish n Hunt

8425 Spring Creek Way

Boise, Idaho,83703

United States

Company Description

The Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation was established in 1990 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to preserve and sustain Idaho's fishing, hunting and wildlife heritage. We develop and share donated funds and charitable gifts for a variety o... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Division Administrator

Idaho Department of Fish and Game


Wildlife Conservation Officer

South Dakota Game


Affiliations

Harris Ranch Wildlife Mitigation Association

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Wildlife Biology

University of Montana


Web References(61 Total References)


MGWA: News & Events

montanagamewardens.org [cached]

Jon Heggen, enforcement bureau chief with the Idaho Fish and Game Department, explained, "In 1998, a group of concerned sportsmen believed that stiffer penalties would create a bigger deterrent to poaching.
Their work transformed into Senate Bill 1499 which passed into law that same year. One aspect of this new legislation was increasing civil penalties on trophy big game animals." Idaho law actually cites Boone and Crockett standards as the official definition of "trophy" for several species, and states that the highest of the typical or non-typical scores shall be used to assess penalties. "The 1998 law also established a felony violation when accumulated civil penalties surpass $1,000 within a 12-month period, so trophy status soon became a mechanism that helped elevate certain fish and game violations from misdemeanors to felonies," said Heggen.


MGWA: News & Events

www.montanagamewardens.org [cached]

Jon Heggen, enforcement bureau chief with the Idaho Fish and Game Department, explained, "In 1998, a group of concerned sportsmen believed that stiffer penalties would create a bigger deterrent to poaching.
Their work transformed into Senate Bill 1499 which passed into law that same year. One aspect of this new legislation was increasing civil penalties on trophy big game animals." Idaho law actually cites Boone and Crockett standards as the official definition of "trophy" for several species, and states that the highest of the typical or non-typical scores shall be used to assess penalties. "The 1998 law also established a felony violation when accumulated civil penalties surpass $1,000 within a 12-month period, so trophy status soon became a mechanism that helped elevate certain fish and game violations from misdemeanors to felonies," said Heggen.


Midwest Game Warden Association - Archives - News

www.midwestgamewarden.org [cached]

Jon Heggen, enforcement bureau chief with the Idaho Fish and Game Department, said: "In 1998, a group of concerned sportsmen believed that stiffer penalties would create a bigger deterrent to poaching.
Their work transformed into Senate Bill 1499, which passed into law that same year. One aspect of this new legislation was increasing civil penalties on trophy big game animals." Idaho law actually cites Boone and Crockett standards as the official definition of "trophy" for several species and states that the highest of the typical or non-typical scores shall be used to assess penalties. "The 1998 law also established a felony violation when accumulated civil penalties surpass $1,000 within a 12-month period, so trophy status soon became a mechanism that helped elevate certain fish and game violations from misdemeanors to felonies," said Heggen.


Recent Posts

www.idahowaterfowl.org [cached]

Fish and Game's enforcement chief Jon Heggen and waterfowl biologist Jeff Knetter will answer questions about Idaho's hunting rules, waterfowl biology and management, and other related topics during the live, two-hour chat.


thejhub.com

Jon Heggen, chief of enforcement with Fish and Game in Boise, said he's never heard any other sportsman make the argument Rammell has chosen for his defense.
"Once you pick a zone, you are restricted to the zone which you have. It's printed right on the tags where they're good for and when," Heggen said. Heggen said officials attempted to cite Rammell upon arriving at his home but Rammell "walked into his house and refused to answer." We will pursue formal charges with the prosecutor," Heggen said. "It could be a number of different things." Rammell reasons deer tags are good for anywhere in the state, and he sees no reason for elk tags to be any different.


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