Fish and Game to stock trout in February

Fishing weather is improving, and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is planning to stock area waters with catchable rainbow trout. The number of trout actually released may bechanged because of weather, water conditions, equipment problems or schedule changes. If delays occur, trout will be stocked when conditions become favorable.

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Boise River – above Glenwood Bridge, Feb. 11; 1,200. Boise River – below Glenwood Bridge, Feb. 11; 1,200. Eagle Island Park Pond, Feb. 11; 450. Ed’s Pond (Emmett) Feb. 11; 200. Kleiner Pond (Meridian), Feb. 18; 900. Marsing Pond, Feb. 4; 450. Mill Pond (Horseshoe Bend), Feb. 11; 450. McDevitt Pond (Boise) Feb. 18; 450. Merrill Pond (Eagle), Feb. 18; 450. Parkcenter Pond (Boise), Feb. 11; 900. Payette Pond, Feb. 11; 450. Quinn’s Pond (Boise), Feb. 18; 450. Riverside Pond (Boise), Feb. 11; 720. Rotary Pond (Caldwell), Feb. 11; 450. Sawyers Ponds (Emmett) Feb. 11; 1,000. Sego Prairie Pond at Nicholson Park (Kuna) Feb. 18; 250. Settlers Pond (Meridian) Feb. 18; 250. Veterans Pond (Boise) Feb. 18; 450. Wilson Springs (Nampa) Feb. 4 and 18; 250 each day. Wilson Springs Ponds (Nampa); Feb. 4, 11, 18 and 25; 400 each day.

For maps of these fishing spots, go to Fish planner.

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