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Fishing in Idaho can surprise you. Big trout, catfish and bass lurk in rivers, lakes and streams around the state. The key to getting the monster fish in your net is to take care of your gear and tie your knots tight.
It’s a tricky time of year to plan a fishing trip. The heat can be stifling, and wildfire season is causing road closures and bad air quality. With that in mind, here are some destinations to try a little closer to home.
Crane Falls and Cove Arm near Bruneau, Idaho are good fishing options for anglers seeking bass, perch, bluegill or trout. Fishing for trout or Kokanee salmon? Try Anderson Ranch Reservoir or high-mountain lakes in Idaho.
The Treasure Valley is in the midst of its first heat wave of 2018. Spending a day on the water is one of the best ways to beat the 100-degree weather. Here are some good bets for cooler temps and hot fishing this week.
Everyone has their favorite kind of fishing, and methods vary in different corners of the globe. But no matter where or how you fish, there is one universal truth — if you’re catching fish, you’re doing it right.
Global warming & Pacific Northwest fish: Salmon, trout anglers will have fewer places to fish over the next 40 years. Scientists at Forest Service's Rocky Mountain Research Station in Boise, Idaho say rivers warmed 1.8 degrees since 1976.
I’m hearing good things about spring trout fishing at Horsethief Reservoir near Cascade. The ice has been off for several weeks now, and Fish & Game aggressively stocks the lake with rainbow trout and Kokanee salmon for anglers to enjoy.