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All the Hype about Fall Chinook is real! 20lber caught and released on light tackle while Steelhead fishing on the Salmon River. 10-19-14 — in Riggins, Idaho.

All the Hype about Fall Chinook is real! caught and released on light tackle while Steelhead fishing on the Salmon River. — in Riggins, Idaho.

An Idaho wastewater utility installs artwork of microorganisms near its WRRF        The City of Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) Wastewater Utility Department building features sculptures of wastewater treatment organisms by Allen & Mary Dee Dodge. Photo courtesy of the City of Coeur d’Alene Wastewater Utility Department.

The City of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Wastewater Utility Department building features sculptures of wastewater treatment organisms by Allen & Mary Dee Dodge. Photo courtesy of the City of Coeur d’Alene Wastewater Utility Department.

Buckskin Billy's landing on the Salmon River

Living the good life on the Salmon River near Shoup (north central).

Here Are 9 Idaho Swimming Holes That Will Make Your Summer Epic

Here Are 9 Idaho Swimming Holes That Will Make Your Summer Epic

The Jump Creek Falls Trail is a short quarter mile long trail leads to the canyon’s largest falls, and a beautiful pool for taking a dip on a hot early summer day.

Sierra Silver Mine Tour  Wallace, Idaho  Dean Clark and the nice people ready for a tour

Sierra Silver Mine Tour Wallace, Idaho Dean Clark and the nice people ready for a tour

a life made simple: WALLACE, IDAHO

a life made simple: WALLACE, IDAHO

30 Things You Need To Know Before Moving to Idaho

30 Things You Need To Know About Idaho Before You Move There

Where can you find a molten lava landscape, a potato themed movie theatre and more huckleberries than you could ever eat?

Salmon (north central) is the home of the Sacajawea Center. This museum celebrates the contributions of Sacajawea, a Lemhi-Shoshone woman who served as an interpreter for Lewis & Clark across the Bitterroot Mountains.  Photo by Jacob Haeberle.

Salmon (central Idaho) is the home of the Sacajawea Center. This museum celebrates the contributions of Sacajawea, a Lemhi-Shoshone woman who served as an interpreter for Lewis & Clark across the Bitterroot Mountains. Photo by Jacob Haeberle.

Yaak River in Western Montana near the North Idaho border

Autumn Colors of North Idaho - 1st installment: Sandpoint Blog

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