It's been a while since I've been hunting in Idaho. My last time was out at the Parma WMA in ~2009 and this photos shows the success of our group at that time. We waded out to a small island 10 feet from shore and blasted away. It's been a decade since I've been out hunting waterfowl, but I'd like to go out again this year, preferably to the same Parma/Fort Boise WMA. The only problem is I won't have free time on the schedule until January and this looks like the end of the season. Will there still be viable hunting remaining the first or second week of January? Is there any reason this is a horrible idea? On a side note, is there an area suitable without a dog? Last time my buddies dog pulled them out of the water for us. I can wade and get them to a point, but not in the middle of the pond. On a side note, I am no longer an Idaho resident but I did purchase a lifetime hunting license before I left. All I would need to obtain is the duck stamp and this is federal, correct? Thanks for your feedback!