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Fishing in Idaho state parks

Idaho offers excellent fishing opportunities for everyone in the family, especially if you're looking to catch a Chinook, Salmon, Steelhead or Trout. Several Idaho state parks offer great fishing experiences. Most parks offer overnight camping and accommodations. Select Idaho State Parks offer world class Fly Fishing opportunities.
 

 


Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) is eager to announce a new partnership with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG): The State Park Fishing Equipment Loaner Program!

The program, which will include six parks, is aimed to increase awareness of the many fishing opportunities within Idaho’s state parks. With fishing locations at, or near, most parks, IDPR and IDFG wanted to eliminate some of the barriers that might coincide with those interested in fishing—such as lack of equipment. Each of the participating parks will receive 16 rods and will have access to tackle and bait for park visitors.

“The loaner fishing rods and equipment expand our already popular “First Time Adventure Program,” said Jennifer Okerlund, IDPR Communications Manager. “We’re always eager to partner and find creative programs that diversify the experiences offered within Idaho’s State Parks.”

The first six parks will be piloting the program for the season; both agencies hope to increase the number of participating parks in the coming years.

To give the new loaner rods a try, stop by one of the following Idaho state parks:

“Idaho Fish & Game is excited to partner with Idaho Parks & Recreation on a project to help park visitors take advantage of the abundant fishing opportunities available in our state parks and surrounding areas. We see a natural synergy to raise the awareness of the fantastic fishing in Idaho and providing park visitors with fishing equipment to enjoy additional activities on their visit,” says Ian Malepeai, IDFG Marketing Director.

Participants over the age of 14 will need a fishing license while using the loaner rods. Licenses can be purchased online, by phone, at any IDFG office, or at various convenience stores and outdoor retailers across the state—$11.50 for a daily pass or $30.50 for an annual license.

**The program is just in time for Free Fishing Day, which will be Saturday June 8, 2019—where you can fish anywhere in the state without a license! Keep in mind, all rules and catch limits still apply.

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Fishing in Idaho state parks

Idaho offers excellent fishing opportunities for everyone in the family, especially if you're looking to catch a Chinook, Salmon, Steelhead or Trout. Several Idaho state parks offer great fishing experiences. Most parks offer overnight camping and accommodations. Select Idaho State Parks offer world class Fly Fishing opportunities.
 

 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) is eager to announce a new partnership with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG): The State Park Fishing Equipment Loaner Program!

The program, which will include six parks, is aimed to increase awareness of the many fishing opportunities within Idaho’s state parks. With fishing locations at, or near, most parks, IDPR and IDFG wanted to eliminate some of the barriers that might coincide with those interested in fishing—such as lack of equipment. Each of the participating parks will receive 16 rods and will have access to tackle and bait for park visitors.

“The loaner fishing rods and equipment expand our already popular “First Time Adventure Program,” said Jennifer Okerlund, IDPR Communications Manager. “We’re always eager to partner and find creative programs that diversify the experiences offered within Idaho’s State Parks.”

The first six parks will be piloting the program for the season; both agencies hope to increase the number of participating parks in the coming years.

To give the new loaner rods a try, stop by one of the following Idaho state parks:

“Idaho Fish & Game is excited to partner with Idaho Parks & Recreation on a project to help park visitors take advantage of the abundant fishing opportunities available in our state parks and surrounding areas. We see a natural synergy to raise the awareness of the fantastic fishing in Idaho and providing park visitors with fishing equipment to enjoy additional activities on their visit,” says Ian Malepeai, IDFG Marketing Director.

Participants over the age of 14 will need a fishing license while using the loaner rods. Licenses can be purchased online, by phone, at any IDFG office, or at various convenience stores and outdoor retailers across the state—$11.50 for a daily pass or $30.50 for an annual license.

**The program is just in time for Free Fishing Day, which will be Saturday June 8, 2019—where you can fish anywhere in the state without a license! Keep in mind, all rules and catch limits still apply.

External Links: