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Dry4FliesJuly 24th, 2013, 2:19 pm
Posts: 1Hi All,

Traveling to Southwest Idaho first of August. We'll be staying near Garden Valley and plan on visiting McCall and the surrounding areas.

I've never fly fished any of those areas. I'm looking for feedback on easily accessible streams and rivers and possibly lakes/ponds.

Any direction would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

CutbowJuly 25th, 2013, 1:33 pm
Post Falls, Idaho

Posts: 38
Just throw a dart at a map and go fishing in the closest blue. Payette river will be your easiest option.
"Once you catch your first fish on a fly you won't care about any other kind of fishing!"
SayfuJuly 26th, 2013, 3:51 pm
Posts: 560Haven't got a good report for you. We are having hot days, and a water shortage. Irrigation water is being held back, and the farmers, and the fishing is hurting. I would say you are going to be confined to a high elevation lake for decent fly fishing.

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