Pacific Corp Rocky Mountain power is condemning our hunting property through eminent domain so they can flood the properties and not be liable for erosion. My father in law bought 7 acres at a tax sale in 1962 (?) for duck hunting. 18 years ago he gave it to me as a gift. Ive planted trees, and berry shrubs for Wildlife, put up a few goose nesting boxes. The property has been out Thanks giving morning hunting for 20 years. Ive taking Boy scouts on campout /canoe trips. When we lived in Utah I would hunt ducks with friends locally than hunt the Idaho property that evening sometimes to finish my limit or goose hunt. this spring my wife and I spent the night on the property. We have only used it for recreation and conservation property Taxes for years had been cheap, the minimum taxable in the county $10.00 a year. Most of the river bottom is pasture, some is hay ground. I dont believe any of the property in the area along the river has ever been listed by a real estate agent for over 50 years, family takes it over or a neighbor buys it. While I would consider it only fair hunting, I have had days of a limits of ducks geese and pheasant. I have a small pit and had plans of placing a duck pit in the cattails. What is the value of a little piece of Idaho 6.13 acres. Since flooding by the power company washed out the bank protection this year and filled the fishing hole?