So I admit I am a complete noob just getting into the bowhunting game this year, so pardon my ignorance. I am also going to be moving to Idaho for a new job and grad school. I'm just looking into getting my first bow and gear, but the rules for what sights are legal in Idaho are confusing me a bit. Looking into the rules in the guidebook and the questions that Idaho fish and game has responded to on their website, I see that any kind of electronic or tritium glow sights are prohibited. As I have looked at sights at stores and online, everything is either powered fiber optics, tritium, or rheostat. I just can't seem to find one that seems like it would be allowed. Almost everything I see has a battery or light that can be turned on. Is there someone from Idaho that could give me examples of a legal compound bow sight they have used? Or do you just have to shoot natural/barebow if you want to do the bowhunt up there (I'm not opposed to learning to shoot that way if it's the only way, but would like to know if any sights that are allowed)?