Questions & Answers: Coeur d' Alene Lake
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A: We don't typically do crayfish surveys, but we can tell you that all indications are, the population is healthy and makes up a significant portion of the diet of adult bass in CDA lake during the summer. Although we haven't opened CDA lake to the commercial harvest of crayfish, we did have one ...
A: Bag limits for Lake Coeur d'Alene are: you can keep 6 rainbow trout (no harvest of cutthroat trout); 6 bass - any size; 25 brook trout; 2 fall Chinook that are at least 20" in length; 15 kokanee; and 25 whitefish. These limits are independent of each other, so you could legally have 79 fish in the ...
A: No, you don't need a Salmon Permit to fish in Lake Coeur d'Alene for Fall Chinook. The Salmon Permit is only required when fishing for anadromous (ocean-run) salmon. Land-locked salmon are treated like trout in most waters.