Bear Lake County (ID) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Bear Lake County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Cutthroat Trout,  Smallmouth Bass,  Catfish,  Perch,  Bream/Bluegill,  Brown Trout,  Rainbow Trout,  Rock Bass,   and 4 more

Bodies of Water in Bear Lake County Area

9 Lakes

74 Rivers and Streams

7 Reservoirs

9 other

Bear Lake County Fishing Reports

  "There are quite a few good siEd trout in here...." Bloomington Lake

  "worm lake over in south east idaho is a hight mountain glacier lake!!!..." Worm Lake

Bear Lake County (ID) Fishing Spots

Bear Lake 7.5 miles
Big Creek 7.9 miles
Dry Creek 7.7 miles
Dry Fork 12.8 miles
Emigration Creek 13.2 miles
Hammond Dam 9.6 miles
Horse Creek 13.3 miles
Indian Creek 9.3 miles
Left Fork 9.1 miles
Liberty Creek 13.3 miles
Limekiln Fork 12.3 miles
Little Creek 8.9 miles
Merkley Lake 3.6 miles
Mill Creek 9.7 miles
Mud Lake 3.2 miles
Mud Lake 6.6 miles
North Creek 9.8 miles
Ovid Creek 6.9 miles
Paris Creek 3.4 miles
Pegram Creek 9.9 miles
Rainbow Dam 1.5 miles
Raymond Creek 11.4 miles
Sheep Creek 6.6 miles
Sheep Creek Dam 7.3 miles
Snyder Creek 13.2 miles
Spring Creek 7.1 miles
Stewart Dam 1.7 miles
Stewart Fork 13 miles
Sweetwater Creek 11.3 miles
Taylor Creek 10.2 miles
Thomas Fork 11 miles
Water Fork 13 miles
Worm Creek 7.9 miles
Bear Lake County (ID) Fishing Map
Hot Spots

Idaho Fishing Licenses

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About Bear Lake County (ID) Fishing

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