Posts tagged "Inland Trout"

Four New Lakes Open for 2014 Spring Trout Season

Nathan Stefanich is all smiles on opening day of the 2013 trout season. He beat his Dad to the first fish with a pink jig and Berkley Powerbait.
The 2014 Illinois Inland Trout Season officially opens on Saturday, April 5. The limit is 5 trout per day, but many lakes may have site-specific regulations. Check the site signs or get more info on the IDNR website. Fishermen that are planning to catch trout need a 2014 Fishing License (last year’s expires on March... Read more »

2012 Illinois Trout Season Opens April 7th

2012 Illinois Trout Season Opens April 7th
Unless you belong to a private club, you had better put your trout fishing gear away until next weekend. The 2012 Trout season officially opens NEXT Saturday,  April 7th, at 5 am. This year, the IDNR has stocked over 60,000 rainbow trout in 43 bodies of water that are open to the public for trout... Read more »

April 2nd marks the inland trout season opener

From the IL DNR…   Rainbow Trout Stocked at 43 Locations SPRINGFIELD, IL – The 2011 spring trout fishing season in Illinois will begin at 5 a.m. on Saturday, April 2.. The IDNR stocks more than 60,000 rainbow trout each spring in bodies of water where trout fishing is permitted during the spring season. Illinois fishing... Read more »
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Illinois Fall Trout Fishing Season Begins Oct. 16

This came in from the IL DNR….. “Trout to be stocked at 37 locations SPRINGFIELD, ILL. – The 2010 Illinois fall trout fishing season opens Saturday, Oct. 16 at 37 ponds and lakes throughout the state, Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Director Marc Miller announced today. “The fall colors and autumn weather make it... Read more »

Inland Trout is open

Many small inland lakes throughout Illinois have received a stocking of rainbow trout for the Illinois DNR. After the stocking, the lakes were closed for a week or so. They opened this past Saturday and many people got out to enjoy catching these tasty fish that make their way to the frying pans. Dan Stefanich... Read more »