Fish & Game restocking local ponds in February

STATESMAN STAFFJanuary 30, 2014 

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PETE ZIMOWSKY — pzimowsky@idahostatesman.com

More than 9,000 pan-size rainbow trout will be stocked in Southwest Idaho waters in February. Fish from Idaho Fish and Game’s Nampa Hatchery will go to the following waters:

Boise River (above Glenwood Bridge) - Feb. 10, 720.

Boise River (below Glenwood Bridge) Feb. 10, 720.

Eagle Island Park Pond - Feb. 10, 450.

Kleiner Pond (Meridian) - Feb. 10, 900.

Marsing Pond - Feb. 3, 450.

McDevitt Pond (Boise) - Feb. 10, 450.

ParkCenter Pond (Boise) - Feb. 10, 900.

Payette Pond - Feb. 17, 450.

Riverside Pond (Boise) - Feb. 10, 360.

Sawyers Ponds (Emmett) - Feb. 10, 900.

Weiser Community Pond - Feb. 17, 500.

Williams Pond (Boise) - Feb. 10, 450.

Wilson Springs (Nampa) - Feb. 3, Feb. 7, 250 each day.

Wilson Springs Ponds (Nampa) - Feb. 3, Feb. 10, Feb. 17, Feb. 24, 400 each day.

The number of trout actually released may be altered by weather, water conditions, equipment problems or schedule change.

STOCKING INFORMATION

Fish and Game stocks some waters year round and other waters are stocked at various times during the year.

To get a current fish-stocking report, call the Fish and Game office in Nampa at 465-8465, or go to fishandgame.idaho.gov and click on “Fishing.”

2014 RULES BROCHURES

Idaho’s 2014 seasons and rules brochure for upland game, furbearers and turkey is scheduled to be shipped from the printer the week of Feb. 17, Fish and Game said.

The next one out will be big game brochure, with deer, elk, pronghorn, mountain lion, wolf and black bear seasons. It is scheduled to ship the week of April 14.

The moose, mountain goat and bighorn sheep brochure was printed last year and is good through 2014.

The fishing brochure is good through 2015, so Fish and Game recommends hanging on to your copy.

Waterfowl rules are due to ship the week of Sept. 10.

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