Idaho's Silver Creek Nets 7300 Visitors Over Summer

Though the peak number of fly fishing visitors occurred during the 1990s, the Nature Conservancy’s Silver Creek Preserve has consistently drawn the attention of thousands of anglers eager to fish its storied waters. “The 2006 fishing season got off to either a hot or cold start — depending on who you talk with. Massive spring flooding altered the face of the creek, stirring up and depositing silt in new areas and skewing hatches. But by mid-summer the fishing was as good as ever.” Steve Benson in the Idaho Mountain Express.

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