Rivers and reservoirs from McCall to Lowman stocked with trout

STATESMAN STAFFJuly 11, 2013 

Idaho Fish and Game is stocking more than 45,000 pan-size rainbow trout in waters around Southwest Idaho.

Here's a list:

• Big Creek (McCall) - July 15, 250.

• Boise River (above Glenwood Bridge) - July 1, 500; July 15, 1,500

• Boise River ( below Glenwood Bridge) - July 1, 1, 700.

• M.F. Boise River - July 22, 2,000.

• N.F. Boise River - July 8 and 22, 2,000 each day.

• Lower Boulder Reservoir (McCall) - July 1, 1,000.

• Brown's (Airport) Pond (McCall) - July 1, 1,200.

• Bull Trout Lake (north of Grandjean) - July 1 and 29, 1,500 each time.

• Clear Creek (near Cascade) - July 15, 300.

• Council Park ('Ol McDonald) Pond - July 1, 500.

• Crooked River (near Idaho City) - July 1 and 22, 1,000 each time.

• Fischer Pond (Cascade) - July 1, 500.

• Gold Fork River (Donnelly) - July 22, 750.

• Goose Creek (McCall) - July 22, 250.

• Grimes Creek (near Idaho City) - July 1 and 22, 1,000 each time.

• Kimberland Meadows Pond (New Meadows) - July 1, 1,000.

• Lake Fork Creek (near McCall) - July 8, 600.

• N.F. Lake Fork Creek (near McCall) - July 8, 600.

• Lowman (10-mile) Ponds - July 15, 500.

• Marsing Pond - July 1 and 29, 500 each time.

• Martin Lake (north of Grandjean) - July 1 and 29, 1,000 each time.

• Mores Creek (along Idaho 21 around Idaho City) - July 1 and 22, 1,000 each time.

• Payette Lake (McCall) - July 15, 1,000.

• M.F. Payette River - July 1, 15 and 29, 750 each time.

• N.F. Payette River - July 8, 3,750.

• Poorman's Pond (McCall) - July 1, 250.

• Rowland (Scout) Pond (McCall) - July 1 and 15, 750 each time.

• Silver Creek (north of Crouch) - July 1, 15 and 29, 750 each time.

• Tripod Reservoir (near Smiths Ferry) - July 1, 1,150.

• Warren Dredge Ponds (Warren) - July 22, 1,200.

• Wilson Springs (Nampa) - July 1, 15 and 29, 250 each time.

• Wilson Springs Ponds (Nampa) - July 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 400 each time.

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