Fish & Game officials offer early spring fishing options

Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Fishing along the South Fork of the Boise River remains a popular hot spot in early spring because water flowing from Anderson Ranch Reservoir keeps the water temperatures stable and warm.

With many Idaho waters open to fishing year round, anglers can make the most of the year by focusing on times when fishing is at its best for certain waters, according to the Idaho Fish and Game Department.

For those who aren't shy about braving unpredictable weather in late winter and early spring, there are many places to catch fish and a surprising variety of them, said Roger Phillips, a fish and game spokesman.

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