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St. Joe River Sponsored by
Date 25-Sep-16
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Conditions : St. Joe River: Fishing above Avery is excellent. Fished this weekend and had 8 cutthroat in 8.5 hrs. of fishing. Fished rubber leg copper john nymph, BWO and ants. Fish ranged from 8-14" with most above 12".

Report by Dave Rittenhouse

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About: - Located in the Idaho Panhandle, the St. Joe River is one of Idaho's finer cutthroat rivers.  Sections of the St. Joe are part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers system and designated as "quality fishing" by the Department of Fish and Game.  The St. Joe hosts cutthroat trout, bull trout and whitefish.  There are specific regulations that apply here, catch-and-release only, using artificial flies and lures with a single barbless hook.  The river is susceptible to spring runoff and summer rains. The best time to fish the Joe is late June thru September.
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Bull Trout
  • Whitefish

Misc Info: - In the St. Joe River you can keep 2 cutthroat, none between 8-16 inches downstream of the North Fork. Upstream of there it is catch-and-release.


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