Your fishing odds just got better, thanks to Idaho Fish and Game

STATESMAN STAFFJune 13, 2013 

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Fish and Game is releasing more than 95,000 catchable-sized rainbow trout at the following locations during June.

• Alturas Lake (Stanley), June 10; 2,900 fish

• Big Creek (Middle Fork Weiser River), June 10; 250

• Boise River - above Glenwood Bridge, June 17; 2,500

• Boise River - below Glenwood Bridge, June 17; 1,200

• Boise River, Middle Fork, June 24; 2,000

• Boise River, North Fork, June 10; 2,000

• Boulder Reservoir, Lower (McCall), June 17; 2,000

• Bull Trout Lake (Grandjean), June 10; 1,500

• Little Bull Trout Lake No. 1, June 17; 750

• Little Bull Trout Lake No. 2, (Grandjean), June 17; 200

• Capehorn Lake No. 2 (Stanley), June 24; 500

• Clear Creek (Cascade), June 10; 300

• Crooked River (Idaho City), June 10; 1,000

• Fish (Mud) Lake (McCall), June 17; 1,000

• Gold Fork River (Donnelly), June 24; 1,150

• Goose Creek (New Meadows), June 24; 250

• Goose Lake (New Meadows), June 17; 5,000

• Granite Lake (McCall), June 24; 4,000

• Grimes Creek (Idaho City), June 10; 1,000

• Middle Hazard Lake (McCall), June 24; 2,500

• Herrick Reservoir (Cascade), June 17; 2,000

• Indian Creek (Caldwell), June 17; 250

• Indian Creek (Kuna), June 17; 250

• Lake Fork Creek (McCall), June 24; 600

• North Fork Lake Fork Creek, (McCall), June 24; 600

• Little Wood Reservoir, June 17; 4,000

• Lucky Peak Reservoir, June 17; 10,000

• Martin Lake (Grandjean), June 10; 1,000

• Mores Creek (Idaho City), June 10; 1,000

• Mud Lake (Landmark), June 24; 1,250

• Payette Lake (McCall), June 10; 1,000

• Middle Fork of the Payette River, June 3 and 17; 750 each

• Perkins Lake (Stanley), June 10; 1,000

• Rowland (Scout) Pond (McCall), June 3 and 17; 750 each

• Sagehen Reservoir (Smith's Ferry), June 17; 4,000

• Little Salmon River (New Meadows), June 17; 500

• Silver Creek (Crouch), June 3 and 17; 750 each

• Stanley Lake, June 10; 3,500

• Tripod Reservoir (Smith's Ferry), June 17; 1,000

• Warren Dredge Ponds (Warren), June 24; 300

• Weiser River, June 24; 900

• Middle Fork of the Weiser River, June 24; 800

• Wilson Springs (Nampa), June 3 and 17; 300 each

• Wilson Springs Ponds (Nampa), June 3, 10, 17 and 24; 1,000, June 3; 400 each for June 10, 17 and 24

The number of trout actually released may change due to weather, equipment problems or schedule changes.

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