Camas Pond #1

Wood River Drainage

  • Recommended Fishing Water

Camas Pond #1 in Camas County is 7.9 acres.

Camas Pond #1, also known as Fairfield Kids Pond, is a small pond stocked with hatchery trout. Centennial Marsh and Camas Prairie Wildlife Management Area are nearby and provide great bird watching opportunities.

Facilities

Motor Restriction
No
Boat Ramp
No
Dock
No
Toilet
No
Campground
No
ADA Access
Yes

Directions

From Fairfield go one mile east on US Highway 20. Turn left (north) at sign for Kids Pond.

Recommended Game Fish

Fish Stocking Records

Date Species Quantity General Size
5/25/2007 Rainbow Trout 750 Greater than 6 inches
5/10/2007 Rainbow Trout 550 Greater than 6 inches
7/26/2006 Rainbow Trout 1,500 Greater than 6 inches
6/23/2006 Rainbow Trout 750 Greater than 6 inches
6/7/2006 Rainbow Trout 700 Greater than 6 inches
5/18/2006 Rainbow Trout 750 Greater than 6 inches
5/25/2001 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
5/17/2001 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
6/28/2000 Rainbow Trout 250 Greater than 6 inches
6/14/2000 Rainbow Trout 300 Greater than 6 inches
9/2/1999 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
7/1/1999 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
6/24/1999 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
6/10/1999 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
6/3/1999 Rainbow Trout 500 Greater than 6 inches
5/27/1999 Rainbow Trout 1,000 Greater than 6 inches
5/21/1999 Rainbow Trout 250 Greater than 6 inches
6/20/1989 Rainbow Trout 499 Greater than 6 inches
5/24/1989 Rainbow Trout 506 Greater than 6 inches
5/27/1988 Rainbow Trout 1,025 Greater than 6 inches
5/19/1987 Rainbow Trout 1,002 Greater than 6 inches
5/20/1986 Rainbow Trout 1,001 Greater than 6 inches
5/10/1985 Rainbow Trout 989 Greater than 6 inches
5/23/1984 Rainbow Trout 1,400 Greater than 6 inches
5/23/1983 Rainbow Trout 1,210 Greater than 6 inches
6/14/1982 Rainbow Trout 1,280 Greater than 6 inches
6/18/1981 Rainbow Trout 980 Greater than 6 inches
5/20/1980 Rainbow Trout 870 Greater than 6 inches
5/23/1979 Rainbow Trout 980 Greater than 6 inches
5/26/1978 Rainbow Trout 1,225 Greater than 6 inches
5/27/1977 Rainbow Trout 630 Greater than 6 inches
5/19/1976 Rainbow Trout 875 Greater than 6 inches
5/18/1976 Rainbow Trout 770 Greater than 6 inches
6/5/1975 Rainbow Trout 1,330 Greater than 6 inches
5/23/1974 Rainbow Trout 720 Greater than 6 inches
5/25/1973 Rainbow Trout 1,050 Greater than 6 inches
5/18/1972 Rainbow Trout 1,120 Greater than 6 inches
Source: IDFG Fish Stocking Database.

Licenses and Tags

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Fishing Rules

All Waters Open All Year

Except as modified in Special Rules
Fishing is not allowed within the posted upstream and downstream boundary of any fish weir or trap.

Daily Bag Limits

The following daily bag limits apply to all waters within each region except as modified in the Special Rules. The possession limit is 3-times the daily bag limit after the second day of the season.

Special Rules

No Special Rules for Camas Pond #1.
Magic Valley Region Bag Limits
Bass (Largemouth and Smallmouth)
  • Bass limit is 6, both species combined
  • None under 12 inches
Brook Trout
  • Brook Trout limit is 25
  • Harvest allowed during any open season unless otherwise noted under Special Rules - if gear or bait restrictions are listed, they must be followed when fishing for Brook Trout
Bull Trout
  • Bull Trout limit is 0, catch-and-release
Kokanee
  • Kokanee limit is 6
Sturgeon
  • Sturgeon limit is 0, catch-and-release
  • Sturgeon must not be removed from the water and must be released upon landing
  • Barbless hooks and sliding sinkers are required, see fishing regulations for details
Tiger Muskie
  • Tiger Muskie limit is 2, none under 40 inches
Trout includes Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Golden Trout, Arctic Grayling, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, land-locked Chinook and Coho Salmon, trout hydrids (.e.g. Tiger Trout)
  • Trout limit is 6, all species combined
  • In rivers and streams, only 2 of the 6 trout may be Cutthroat Trout
  • Does not include Bull Trout and Brook Trout which are listed separately
Walleye
  • Walleye limit is 6
Whitefish
  • Whitefish limit is 25
  • Harvest allowed during any open season unless otherwise noted under Special Rules - if gear or bait restrictions are listed, they must be followed when fishing for whitefish
Protected Nongame Fish includes Northern Leatherside Chub, Shoshone Sculpin, Wood River Sculpin, and Bluehead Sucker (also known as Green Sucker)
  • May not be harvested or possessed
All Other Fish Species includes bullfrogs and crayfish
  • No bag, size or possession limit
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