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Fishing in Idaho

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Fishing in Idaho

Fishing in Idaho is an angler’s paradise. A wide variety of fish, including giant white sturgeon, await! Idaho has more than a quarter-million acres of ponds and reservoirs, 3,000 natural lakes, and 26,000 miles of rivers.

Fishing in Idaho

Drive just a few hours from Boise, Idaho, and there is everything from classic bass lakes, streams teaming with blue-ribbon trout, and great rivers flowing with steelhead and salmon at your fingertips.

For something a little quicker and more convenient, visit one of the many regularly stocked fishing ponds within city limits with rainbow trout. The Boise River runs through the city, where you’ll occasionally see men in business suits putting a fishing line into the river during a lunch break. Yes, folks in Idaho take their fishing pretty seriously.

Fishing in Idaho is so extraordinary you’ll have a lifetime of fishing tales to share with your out-of-state friends in no time at all.

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Jonathan Long | Genesis Real Estate

Jonathan Long

REALTOR®, SRES, CRS, ABR
208.697.7170

idaho4you@gmail.com

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Life is simply better in Treasure Valley

More Time for family...

Significantly reduced commute times are among the first things people notice, especially if they’re from California or Washington. With a reduced commute time, you’ll spend less time on the road and more time enjoying life.

More Time for fishing...

Fishing in Idaho is so extraordinary you’ll have a lifetime of fishing tales to share with your out-of-state friends in no time at all. Fish filled rivers, creeks, ponds, lakes, and reservoirs are everywhere!

More Time for hunting...

Idaho has the widest variety of big game hunting in the west and some of the world’s best elk hunting. The general season tag also called an over-the-counter tag, allows hunting for deer, elk, black bear, mountain lion, and wolf.