The Best Fishing Spots in Idaho

Potatoes, gemstones and Yellowstone National Park aren't the only things worth the trip to Idaho. The diverse state is home to 26,000 miles of streams and rivers and over 3,000 natural lakes (yes, you read that right ... 3,000) that offer year-round fishing opportunities. In Idaho, anglers can enjoy casting their lines for 42 different types of game fish species, including giant white sturgeon, wild trout, smallmouth bass and salmon.

Don't let this great state off the hook, and plan your next fishing excursion to one of these great fishing holes.

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