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Middle Fork Boise River

Contact Info
Boise National Forest
2180 American Legion Blvd.
Mountain Home, ID 83647

Phone:
208-587-7961

Description

Description of the river provided by Idaho Angler. Please note that threatened bull trout inhabit these waters and must be released unharmed immediately if caught. Please read the Bull Trout Alert.

Fishing

Fish:
Bull Trout
Cutthroat Trout
Rainbow Trout
Whitefish

Details

Camping Info
Several campgrounds are available. Starting just above Arrowrock Reservoir and moving upstream they are: Badger Creek (3 units), Troutdale (4 units), Neinmeyer (8 units), Queens River (4 units), Riverside (11 units), and Power Plant (24 units).

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Map + Directions

Basic Directions

The Middle Fork of the Boise can be reached several ways. The most popular way is to take Hwy. 21 toward Idaho City, turning off at the Spring Shores / Atlanta road. Follow this road past the reservoirs, the special regulation area begins where the North Fork Boise River enters and continues upstream to the Atlanta Dam.


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