Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Steelhead Season Sanitation Sites

When steelhead season starts, fishermen just know they gotta GO!  And when they're standing alongside the ice-rimmed river, there's other times when they just know they gotta GO!

Salmon and steelhead tag funds support many physical resources for the fishermen.  One such valuable resource is the placement of portable toilets along the most heavily fished areas of The Upper Salmon River.

Not only is this a great convenience for the fishermen but the sanitation sites are vital to keeping good quality water in the river.  Steelhead fishermen who come back year after year have come to know and depend on the placement of the Porta Pottys each season.  However, first time fishermen may be both unaware about the placement of these vital facilities as well as unclear about their locations.

That's why we're grateful to have this comprehensive list of the Steelhead Season Sanitation Sites to help better serve newcomers to this popular steelhead fishery. Many Thanks to IDFG Salmon Region Wildlife Technician Caryll McConnell for her help in creating and providing this list.

You can click on the image below for a larger, more readable version.  Also, you may click the link here to download a printable PDF version of the list to keep in your vehicle.

Click on the graphic above for a larger version.

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