Here's your trout stocking report for July

Posted by Roger Phillips on June 27, 2014 

Idaho Fish and Game will stock thousands of trout in area waters this month.

ROGER PHILLIPS

Trout are headed to the mountains, too.

Personnel from Fish and Game's McCall and Nampa Hatcheries will be releasing more than 38,000 catchable-sized rainbow trout at the following locations during July at these locations:

Big Creek (McCall) July 14 250

Boise River - above Glenwood Bridge July 7, 21 2,000/1,000

Boise River - below Glenwood Bridge July 7, 21 2,000/1,000

Boise River, Middle Fork July 21 2,000

Boise River, North Fork July 7, 21 2,000/2,000

Boulder Reservoir, Lower (McCall) July 7 1,000

Bull Trout Lake (Grandjean) July 14 1,500

Clear Creek (Cascade) July 14 300

Crooked River (Idaho City) July 1 1,000

Gold Fork River (Donnelly) July 21 750

Goose Creek (McCall) July 21 250

Grimes Creek (Idaho City) July 1 1,000

Lake Fork Creek (McCall) July 14 600

Lake Fork Creek, North Fork (McCall) July 14 600

Lowman (10-mile) Ponds July 1, 14 750/500

Marsing Pond July 1 500

Martin Lake (Grandjean) July 14 1,000

Northwest Passage Pond (McCall) July 7 500

Payette Lake (McCall) July 14 1,000

Payette River, Middle Fork July 1, 14, 28 750/750/750

Payette River, North Fork July 14 3,750

Poormans Pond (McCall) July 7 250

Rowland (Scout) Pond (McCall) July 7, 21 750/750

Silver Creek (Crouch) July 1, 14, 28 750/750/750

Tripod Reservoir (Smiths Ferry) July 7 1,200

Warren Dredge Ponds (Warren) July 21 1,000

Wilson Springs (Nampa) July 1, 14, 28 300/300/300

Wilson Springs Ponds (Nampa) July 1, 7, 14, 21, 28 400 each stocking

The number of trout actually released may be altered by weather, water conditions, equipment problems or schedule changes. If delays occur, trout will be stocked when conditions become favorable, F&G officials said.

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