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Anderson Ranch Sponsored by
Date 20-Jul-23
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Conditions : Anderson Ranch Reservoir: Anderson Ranch Reservoir is most notably a Kokanee fishery; however, anglers can also catch Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout, Fall Chinook, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch, and the occasional Mountain Whitefish. Depending on the Spring, Kokanee fishing typically starts in mid/late April. Early season, Kokanee can be caught relatively shallow (1-15 feet). As the season warms up, downriggers are needed to catch them at depths that typically range from 35-80 feet. What did the fish say when it ran into a concrete wall? Dam!

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About: - Anderson Ranch Reservoir on the Boise River is 17 miles long with 50 miles of shoreline. It is popular for boating, water skiing and fishing in the summer and the area has 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the winter. Access is year-round on a paved road. Other roads in the area are dirt or gravel.

Anderson Ranch Reservoir Boat Ramp Elevations
Boat Ramp Elevation (feet)
Deer Creek 4159
Pine 4151
Fall Creek 4133
Castle Creek 4112
Curlew Creek 4103
Elk Creek 4078
Indicated elevations are at ramp end.

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