I am voting yes.
My father works up at the state house and every year they get inundated by the Humane Society and PETA crowd for more action on "animal cruelty." They have money and manpower, and are very motivated. Last year the Chicken Farmers and other Ag groups got together to put out a bill addressing cockfighting. They did this so that they could control the agenda and get out ahead of the Animal Crowd. Most of the legislators felt it was not really necessary, but acquiesced to the bill because industry wanted it. I see this as the same thing, getting out in front of the problem.
In the past F&G has been against constitutional amendments like this. However this time they are supporting it. They are supporting it because the drafters came to F&G at the outset and worked with the AGs office to draft language that would still allow F&G to do its job of managing Idaho's wildlife.
The big issue really is trapping, and do you believe that it has a place in Idaho. As a waterfowl hunter, I believe trapping is imperative for healthy waterfowl populations. Trapping keeps predator numbers lower, and predators like eggs. They are easy to get and nutritious. I read an article in Wildfowl last year about how the single greatest item of management on refugees that determined duck population was predator numbers. Fewer egg/poult/chick predators, more ducks.
So I am voting yes for fishing, yes for hunting, and yes for trapping.