Southeast Idaho Trout Fishing

Southeast Idaho Trout Fishing
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Idaho is know for its world class trout fishing. There are multiple river and lake locations in Southeast Idaho that provide a diverse fishing experience. Whether you are new to Idaho, just visiting, or a long time resident, here is some great trout fishing information.


Idaho Fisheries

The State of Idaho cherishes, and protects recreational trout fishing. There are a list of rules and regulations that you will need to learn. Those rules can be found here on the Idaho Fish and Game website. this means that in order to fish on public land you will need to get an Idaho fishing license. If you are from out of state you will need to get a non resident license; you can get a single day, season, or year license. If you are a resident you will need proof of residency. Once you get your license you need to understand the regulations of catch and release for each type of trout. When fishing on public land always respect the wildlife, other fisherman, and the environment around you.

Southeast Idaho Trout Fishing Holes

Here are a few of the most popular fishing holes in Southeast Idaho:

  • South Fork Snake River – The South Fork of the Snake River flows from west Wyoming into the Southeast Idaho valley. It flows through Swan Valley, Ririe, Rigby, and Idaho Falls. There are multiple public boat launches and fishing access locations along this large stretch of river. there are plenty of spots for bank fishing, as well as watercraft. Huge record trout can be found as well as sturgeon.
  • Palisades Reservoir – This is the areas largest reservoir that feeds the Southeast Idaho Valley. Not only is this large body of water a great fishing hole, but also provides recreation for boats, water skiing and more. There are a variety of fish that one could target including Kokanee, Trout varieties, and Bass.
  • Henry’s Fork Snake River – The Henry’s Fork can be found in the Upper Snake River Valley. It flows through Rexburg, St Anthony, Ashton, and Island Park. This stretch of the Snake River is famous for heart throbbing Fly Fishing. It boasts deep fishing holes as well as shallow wading sections.
  • Falls River – The Falls River starts in Northwest Wyoming and flows the the city of Ashton and Chester, where it dumps into the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. This small river has great shallows for wading or small watercraft, and is great for both fly-fishing and spin casting.
  • Teton River – The Teton River starts in Teton, ID and is fed by various mountain water creeks. The river passes through the Rexburg area where it dumps into the Snake River. this river is characterized by its large amount of Cutthroat Trout. Fly fishing opportunities are in abundance, as it winds through the areas farmland.
  • Warm River – The Warm River is exactly that, a ‘warm’ spring fed river. This small river provides great year round trout fishing. The river is shallow with great fly fishing opportunities. This river starts below Island park where it flows into the Ashton area and connects with the Snake River.
  • Island Park Reservoir – This body of water in Island Park is a beautiful year round Idaho fishery. In the summer fishing is best from a boat where one could target large rainbow trout and Kokanee. In the winter this turns into a great ice fishing location.
  • Blackfoot River – The Blackfoot River is fed by the Blackfoot Reservoir and offers great fishery in the Bingham County area. This river flows through the city of Blackfoot. A variety of Trout species can be caught along the slow moving small river.
  • American Falls Reservoir – This large body of water is located South of Idaho Falls, in American Falls. The reservoir sits in the middle of an expansive valley next to the Pocatello area. One can target a large population of Bass and Trout from a boat of the bank.

Southeast Idaho Trout Fishing

Southeast Idaho Trout Fishing Property

Idaho is full of recreation. Fishing is a hobby that is well know in the area, and there are multiple public access locations to Trout Fisheries. There is an abundance of property available in Idaho that can provide those fishing opportunities right out your back door.  Riverfront property, private ponds, Lake front, and community fishing holes are amenities that you can find on Southeast Idaho Real Estate. For more information regarding local Trout Fishing, or water front properties please contact us.

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