Sectors

Daniel's Reservoir Upper

Sector 3

Daniels Reservoir is managed as a trohpy fishery in Idaho and is not open to bait fishing and has very conservative take limits.

This is the upper end of Daniels Reservoir. This section of the reservoir is characterized by shallower water, averaging around 12 ft. and fishes quite different than the lower section of the lake.

This is a Rainbow Trout fishery with no other species that are stocked or present in any quantity.

Daniel's Reservoir Lower

Sector 4

Daniels Reservoir is managed as a trohpy fishery in Idaho and is not open to bait fishing and has very conservative take limits. This is the lower end of Daniels Reservoir. This section of the reservoir is characterized by deeper water, up to 60 ft. and fishes quite different than the upper section of the lake.

This is a Rainbow Trout fishery with no other species that are stocked or present in any quantity.

Black Canyon Upper

Sector 2

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This is the Black Canyon of the Bear River. The Bear River is one of the most obstructed waterways in the United States. It Starts and ends in Utah, but makes its way through Wyoming and Idaho before ending in the Great Salt Lake. In spite of the challenges that this fishery faces, there are some productive trout fisheries in certain stretches. This is one of those stretches.

The Idaho Game & Fish Department stock Bonneville Cutthroat Trout in this stretch and some of the feeder creeks in the area. In the last 8 years they have stocked over 100,000 Cutthroat Trout in this general area of the river. In addition, they continue to stock some Rainbow Trout. There is a private fish hat

Black Canyon Lower

Sector 1

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This is the Black Canyon of the Bear River. The Bear River is one of the most obstructed waterways in the United States. It Starts and ends in Utah, but makes its way through Wyoming and Idaho before ending in the Great Salt Lake. In spite of the challenges that this fishery faces, there are some productive trout fisheries in certain stretches. This is one of those stretches.

The Idaho Game & Fish Department stock Bonneville Cutthroat Trout in this stretch and some of the feeder creeks in the area. In the last 8 years they have stocked over 100,000 Cutthroat Trout in this general area of the river. In addition, they continue to stock some Rainbow Trout. There is a private fish hatchery