Fishing is for all seasons in the St. Joe Valley!


In spring and summer they’re seen up the St. Joe River with their flies and rods. They’re also seen lining the trestle at Benewah Lake, their lines reaching into the shallow, fish-laden waters.

This time of year, they can be seen across the ice of Benewah Lake, Turtle Lake, Porrett’s Lake and Chatcolet. Area ice fishermen live for the days subfreezing weather, waiting for the ice to thicken enough to hold them as they drill holes to set their tip ups.

There are some pike to be caught in the area lakes, and perch too.

What better way to enjoy the great outdoors than fishing on one of the area’s many lakes, in any season?


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