IDFG sportsmen breakfast set Tuesday at regional office

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Sportsmen and women are invited to have breakfast with Idaho Fish and Game biologists Jan. 21 at the Panhandle Region Fish and Game Office at 2885 W.Kathleen Ave., Coeur d’Alene.

The monthly sportsmen breakfast is a way for Fish and Game and residents to engage in discussions on game management and issues in North Idaho.

The breakfast starts at 6:30 a.m. and this month’s speaker, Merritt Horsmon, will talk about the Priest River cold water bypass project.

Fish and Game provides the coffee, juice, pastries, and fruit.

— Ralph Bartholdt

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