Recent Blogs

  • Cove Arm Access Improvements

    Idaho Department of Fish and Game's Construction Crew is putting the finishing touches on access improvements at Cove Arm on C.J.

  • Clearwater Steelhead Fishing Report (2/11/16)

    Most angling effort by boats on the main stem of the Clearwater is from Peck to just above the Ahsahka  boat ramp. The majority of the shore effort is in the same area but we are seeing an increase in effort by fly anglers from Cherry Lane Ramp to Lenore.

  • Commission extends big game tag auction comment period

    Idaho Fish and Game commissioners on Thursday 2/4, postponed a decision to offer big-game tags for auction until their March 9-11 meeting in Boise to allow more time for the public to comment on the proposal.

    The extended comment period will close March 4th.

  • Late January 2016 - It's Time to Play - Go Fish!!

    If you want to beat cabin there are great opportunities. Here are some random angling reports from the past week. Some are typical fishing spots for this time of year, but others may cause you to say, "why didn't I think of that?"

  • Video: Bighorn Sheep conservation in Idaho

    A closer look at Idaho's bighorn sheep conservation work.

  • Be Careful Ice Fishing - January 2016

    I recently observed pictures on social media of anglers ice fishing on Lake Lowell near Nampa. Anglers and other recreationists going out on the ice on lower elevation lakes, reservoirs and ponds need to be very careful and be prepared with safety equipment.

  • Clearwater Steelhead Report (1/4/16)

    The cold weather has parts of the Clearwater River icing over on the main stem around Myrtle and then by the Ahsahka check station site. Many anglers are coming out to fish during the afternoon hours to avoid the colder temperatures.

  • Clearwater Steelhead Fishing Report (12/28/15)

    The Clearwater River had good catch rates this past week. From the mouth of the Clearwater to Orofino Bridge catch rates were at 3hrs/fish. Effort is low, but anglers are still catching fish. River section 04 above Orofino Bridge is running free of ice and the river clarity is clear.