North Idaho: Abundant Water, Great Fishing
I sometimes catch myself taking for granted the incredible views still available on Idaho’s big three northern lakes: Pend Oreille Lake, Lake Coeur d’Alene and Priest Lake. Here are 3 views, one from each lake in sequence, each giving you an idea of what we have in this incredible North Idaho environment. This is our campus; it’s our place to live, work and play.
There’s Plenty of Water in North Idaho’s Big Three
With serious droughts from ranging across the United States from Kansas to California, the Panhandle of Idaho is truly blessed to have lakes like these that are not only large, but relatively clean, even pure to a degree and always pristine in appearance…in any season of the year.
Pend Oreille Lake
I’ve been on flat water on this fine lake in June, jigging for large lake trout without another boat in sight, and we could seed in 20 miles in several directions.
Pend Oreille is home of the outside Gierrard Rainbow Trout, often called Kamloops. It has plenty of pan-sized Kokanee, bass of both varieties (smallmouth and largemouth), large crappie, perch to a pound in weight, and Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout and Walleye. Great fishing for just about anything freshwater has to offer.
Coeur d’Alene Lake
I could take photographs all day long and not fulfill the vision of all that Coeur d’Alene Lake has to offer people who come here to live or vacation.
Lake Coeur d’Alene has land-locked Chinook Salmon, plenty of Kokanee salmon, large Pike, smallmouth bass, and all the spiney rays.
This gem of North Idaho’s big three is so clean you can see the bottom in 40 feet of water. Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout and Kokanee are the primary fish for sport fishers here.
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