Bingham County (ID) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Bingham County Area

Smallmouth Bass,  Largemouth Bass,  Rock Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Brown Trout,  Catfish,  Lake Trout,  

Bodies of Water in Bingham County Area

7 Lakes

71 Rivers and Streams

16 Reservoirs

3 other

Bingham County Fishing Reports

  "no fish in this area this is for water storage only the water is drained..." Blackfoot-Equalizing Dam

Bingham County (ID) Fishing Spots

Barclay Creek 19.5 miles
Beaver Creek 21.4 miles
Big Jimmy Creek 18.9 miles
Blackfoot River 9.3 miles
Buffalo Creek 19.4 miles
Cedar Creek 17.6 miles
Cedar Creek 16.1 miles
Clear Creek 19.7 miles
Cold Creek 9.9 miles
Cole Creek 20.6 miles
Danielson Creek 19.6 miles
Deer Creek 18.9 miles
Diggie Creek 11.9 miles
Farmer Creek 13.3 miles
Garden Creek 11.3 miles
Indian Creek 13.1 miles
Jeff Cabin Creek 13.7 miles
Jensens Lake 0.6 miles
Jones Creek 19 miles
Kinney Creek 18.8 miles
Lincoln Creek 7.7 miles
Mareet Creek 15.2 miles
McTucker Creek 19.6 miles
Menassa Creek 21.7 miles
Mill Creek 19 miles
Miner Creek 21 miles
Pocatello Bench 18.8 miles
Red Rock Creek 16.9 miles
Ross Fork 13.4 miles
Ross Fork 18.8 miles
Sand Creek 6.9 miles
Sawmill Creek 20.5 miles
Short Creek 20.7 miles
Spring Creek 20 miles
Spring Creek 20.9 miles
Thirty Day Creek 19.7 miles
Wolverine Creek 16.8 miles
Wood Creek 18.4 miles
Bingham County (ID) Fishing Map
Hot Spots

Idaho Fishing Licenses

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About Bingham County (ID) Fishing

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