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Gem State offers plenty of fishing opportunities

Fishing options abound in Idaho.

Fishing options abound in Idaho.

Those heading out to the Northwest part of the country may want to remember to bring their fishing lures and tackle boxes. This is because there are a multitude of great fishing spots in these areas. One great destination for your moving company to being you may be Idaho. The Gem State has many different places to fish, and you may like what is had to offer.

Lake Lowell, Nampa
If you head to the southwestern part of the state, you will come across Nampa. The city is the home of Lake Lowell, which could be a good place to start your fishing excursions. According to Idaho publication the Times-News. This area has a number of fish that include catfish, bass and perch. You can use many different types of boats on the lake, as well.

Lake Pend Oreille, Sandpoint
Another spot that could be good to try is Lake Pend Oreille. This is located in Sandpoint, which is in the far north of the state. Here could be perfect if you are a fan of trout, as this area is filled with both lake and rainbow varieties, according to Sandpoint.com. The lake is known for having many people pulling out quite large fish, as well.

Little Salmon River
Another northern Idaho area that could make for some fishing fun is the Little Salmon River. This is located in Riggins, and has a number of different fish in here. According to the Times-News, you may want to focus on a couple of options in this lake, namely chinook and salmon. However, it also is known for steelhead fish. The best time of the year may be during the spring for these fish.