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Fort Hall Bottoms Sponsored by
Date 15-May-18
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Conditions : Fort Hall: No reports

Reported by: Jimmy's All Seasons

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About: - Located on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation the Bottoms are impressive.  The springs in the area account for almost 600 billion gallons of water into the Snake River Basin.  The reservation in itself provides scenic viewing areas for visitors seeking undisturbed wildlife such as moose, elk, deer, wild horses and buffalo. The buffalo and wild horse herds literally number into the hundreds. The average number of fish per mile is around 2000, but increases dramatically during spawning. The spring fed streams and creeks are ideal for cutthroat and rainbow.   Surprisingly the Fishery states over forty percent of the cutthroats are larger than twenty inches in length.

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Closest Towns: Blackfoot, Pocatello

  • Brown
  • Cutthroat
  • Rainbow

Misc Info: - Season: Fort Hall Bottoms Open third Saturday in May through October 31st. Exceptions below follows 3 brown trout, none over 12 inches. Catch-and-release for cutthroat and rainbow trout. Artificial lures only. Require tribal permit.

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