From the bloggers at Idaho Statesman.
Wake up to the sight of mist rising off the water and the trill of redwing blackbirds in the morning stillness. Launch your boat or cast from shore and feel the cool morning air. You will likely have some serenity and solitude, even if you’re at a popular campground.
But hopefully, that calm, tranquil scene will soon be interrupted by a fish dancing on the end of your line.
Camping and fishing go together like graham crackers, Hershey bars and marshmallows. Those marshmallows even make good bait. Just add a worm and you’re ready to go.
Idaho has many campgrounds that are next to prime fishing waters, and they offer a variety of different species and settings, from smallmouth bass fishing in the meandering Snake River lowlands to trout fishing in forest-shrouded mountain lakes.
To read the full story by Idaho Statesman, click here.