Map of Sucker Creek (near Emmett)

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Fishing Hot Spots near Sucker Creek

  "Fished at Lake Cascade in McCall, Idaho 3 times in the past weeks. I troll using a 3 ounce weight with flashers. I have had success with Mack's wedding ring lures..." Lake Cascade

  "Caught my first bass here today, then less than 20 min later caught another bigger bass. I was surprised as I never fished for bass, i have always caught trout here......" Arrowrock Reservoir

  "You have to deal with a lot of private land if you want to fish the Burnt River. The effort in finding a spot where you can fish (most landowners will let you fish on..." Burnt River

  "Fished this afternoon until 7 pm.....caught a few whitefish on worms....but very slow fishing.....south shoreline the best.....usually is better but lake was blown out..." Black Canyon Reservoir

  "If you are looking to catch a few average trout, Conner Creek is a good place to check out. This creek is not very heavily fished so the usual lures and techniques will..." Conner Creek

  "East Mountain is primarily a put and take fishery. The DNR plants about 750 catchable rainbow trout every spring. Make sure you get here early though before all the fish..." East Mountain Reservoir

  "December 1 through Friday before Memorial Day weekend – trout limit is 2, no harvest of cutthroat trout: Saturday of Memorial Day weekend through November 30 – trout..." Carpenter Creek

  "Lake Owyhee is one of the best bass lakes in OR. There are many of us that feel this way. The bass are plentiful, and there are more lunkers here that just about any..." Lake Owyhee

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Sucker Creek near Emmett

So you're interested in fishing Sucker Creek. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Sucker Creek. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Sucker Creek enter the 44.052387 latitude, and -116.563751 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters