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Q: I have been hearing that the department was going to start netting Priest Lake to control lake trout numbers?If this is corect is angler incentive a option
A: A decision has not yet been made regarding the future of Priest Lake and the lake trout fishery. IDFG is currently in the “scoping” phase of developing a new statewide fisheries management plan for 2013-2018. The plan will set direction for Priest and Upper Priest lakes, as well as other ...
A: Below is a summary of the management planning process for Priest Lake. I believe it answers most of your questions along wtih some others you may have. if you'd care to discuss Priest Lake management further, please feel free to give me a call at (208) 769-1414. thank you for your interest. Jim ...
A: Yes, remove the skin from the fish and they'll be fine to eat. What you see on the skin of the fish are copepods, or often referred to as "aquatic lice." They are present in almost every waterbody in Idaho and usually become active when water temperatures warm-up in June through August. If you ...