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Jun
13

Kleiner Pond Free Fishing Clinic

Meridian City Parks
Meridian
Idaho


Free Fishing Day Fishing Clinic– June 13, 2020– Kleiner Pond in Meridian, Idaho Free Fishing Day is going to be celebrated in Idaho on June 13, 2020 as part of the National Fishing and Boating Week. This is the 25th year the Southwest Idaho Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council, Inc. has hosted a free fishing clinic instructing and introducing novices to the world of fishing and the recreational opportunities available in the area. All equipment is furnished. It is open to the public and is advertised throughout the Boise community as a family opportunity. The RC&D partners with numerous agencies and businesses to provide equipment and instruction on ethical fishing and boating to the general public with emphasis on youth. These include but are not limited to the Idaho Fish and Game, City of Meridian, Sportsman’s Warehouse and Cabela’s.
Jun
20

Snake River Water Trail Excursion 2020

Beginning at Glenns Ferry Idaho.
Ending at Farwell Bend State Park Oregon.
Glenns Ferry
Idaho

05:00 AM

Several members of the Snake River Water Trail will float the entire 205 miles of the water trail. There will be events held at the beginning, end and many communities in between. Each town or community will be responsible for their event. Each event will have many volunteers teaching boating and water safety. The public will be allowed to join the float on their own on reaches compatible with their experience level. In addition to boating safety we are hoping to increase the awareness of this opportunity so close to a major population and with the increase in boating activities of novices we especially are going to highlight boating, water safety and ethics. We are currently investigating possible video coverage of the trip and developing a river trail phone app loaded with information on all the various cultural and historical sites and the communities they will be visiting.