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Thread: 2024 Dworshak Reservoir Kokanee Fishing Report

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    Default 2024 Dworshak Reservoir Kokanee Fishing Report

    Another year for more koke opportunities. Best of luck to all. Let us hear your stories.
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    Default Dworshak koke question

    Does anybody know if Id F & G used fertilizer in Dworshak in 2023? Does anyone know if they will use fertilizer in 2024? Without the fertilizer, the kokes are smaller and much deeper, even though the populations seem to be good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulbow View Post
    Does anybody know if Id F & G used fertilizer in Dworshak in 2023? Does anyone know if they will use fertilizer in 2024? Without the fertilizer, the kokes are smaller and much deeper, even though the populations seem to be good!

    I saw the barge with the truck running upstream near Indian Creek last year and assumed it was fertilizer. Later heard that they use it to pump out the floating restrooms, but I thought the barge for that was different? It was first of April, I don't recall the restrooms even being out, but I didn't go up very far so I might have just not noticed them.

    Seems like IDFG should know, I wonder who we would call to ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fog View Post
    I saw the barge with the truck running upstream near Indian Creek last year and assumed it was fertilizer. Later heard that they use it to pump out the floating restrooms, but I thought the barge for that was different? It was first of April, I don't recall the restrooms even being out, but I didn't go up very far so I might have just not noticed them.

    Seems like IDFG should know, I wonder who we would call to ask?
    I don't know who the biologist is any longer, however the IDFG office in Lewiston is where I got information a few years back. They had full reports available back then on what was being done to enhance the fishery. Damn nice of them, I thought :^)
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