Heroes Park Pond

Boise River Drainage

    Heroes Park Pond in Ada County is 0.5 acres.

    Facilities

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

    Recommended Game Fish

    Fish Stocking Records

    Date Species Quantity General Size
    6/15/2021 Rainbow Trout 86 Greater than 6 inches
    6/2/2021 Rainbow Trout 67 Greater than 6 inches
    5/20/2021 Rainbow Trout 136 Greater than 6 inches
    5/6/2021 Rainbow Trout 117 Greater than 6 inches
    4/6/2021 Rainbow Trout 181 Greater than 6 inches
    10/23/2020 Rainbow Trout 25 Greater than 6 inches
    10/1/2020 Rainbow Trout 167 Greater than 6 inches
    6/3/2020 Rainbow Trout 199 Greater than 6 inches
    5/7/2020 Rainbow Trout 171 Greater than 6 inches
    10/16/2019 Rainbow Trout 108 Greater than 6 inches
    6/4/2019 Rainbow Trout 188 Greater than 6 inches
    5/8/2019 Rainbow Trout 161 Greater than 6 inches
    5/3/2019 Rainbow Trout 30 Adults
    4/24/2019 Rainbow Trout 188 Greater than 6 inches
    10/10/2018 Rainbow Trout 185 Greater than 6 inches
    6/5/2018 Rainbow Trout 138 Greater than 6 inches
    5/10/2018 Rainbow Trout 125 Greater than 6 inches
    4/11/2018 Rainbow Trout 143 Greater than 6 inches
    10/12/2017 Rainbow Trout 176 Greater than 6 inches
    6/7/2017 Rainbow Trout 130 Greater than 6 inches
    5/10/2017 Rainbow Trout 133 Greater than 6 inches
    4/21/2017 Rainbow Trout 184 Greater than 6 inches
    10/5/2016 Rainbow Trout 187 Greater than 6 inches
    6/7/2016 Rainbow Trout 179 Greater than 6 inches
    5/4/2016 Rainbow Trout 169 Greater than 6 inches
    4/13/2016 Rainbow Trout 182 Greater than 6 inches
    10/20/2015 Rainbow Trout 177 Greater than 6 inches
    6/12/2015 Rainbow Trout 187 Greater than 6 inches
    5/12/2015 Rainbow Trout 150 Greater than 6 inches
    4/14/2015 Rainbow Trout 127 Greater than 6 inches
    10/9/2014 Rainbow Trout 173 Greater than 6 inches
    6/11/2014 Rainbow Trout 192 Greater than 6 inches
    5/27/2014 Rainbow Trout 191 Greater than 6 inches
    4/30/2014 Rainbow Trout 138 Greater than 6 inches
    4/8/2014 Rainbow Trout 151 Greater than 6 inches
    10/10/2013 Rainbow Trout 218 Greater than 6 inches
    6/6/2013 Rainbow Trout 214 Greater than 6 inches
    5/7/2013 Rainbow Trout 146 Greater than 6 inches
    4/18/2013 Rainbow Trout 180 Greater than 6 inches
    10/2/2012 Rainbow Trout 142 Greater than 6 inches
    6/6/2012 Rainbow Trout 310 Greater than 6 inches
    5/9/2012 Rainbow Trout 145 Greater than 6 inches
    3/21/2012 Rainbow Trout 218 Greater than 6 inches
    10/6/2011 Rainbow Trout 230 Greater than 6 inches
    8/19/2011 Channel Catfish 25 Greater than 6 inches
    7/12/2011 Channel Catfish 25 Adults
    6/8/2011 Bluegill 300 Less than 6 inches
    6/8/2011 Rainbow Trout 180 Greater than 6 inches
    5/10/2011 Bluegill 100 Less than 6 inches
    5/10/2011 Largemouth Bass 40 Greater than 6 inches
    5/4/2011 Rainbow Trout 300 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 Heroes Park Pond.
    Southwest 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
    Salmon (ocean-going)
    • Salmon seasons and limits are set annually by the Idaho Fish and Game Commission and issued in a separate brochure
    • Fishing for or targeting salmon is prohibited unless a salmon season is specifically opened for that water
    Steelhead (ocean-going)
    • Defined as Rainbow Trout longer than twenty (20) inches in length in the Salmon River drainage (excluding lakes and Reservoirs). Between Hells Canyon Dam and Oxbow Dam and the Boise River from its mouth upstream to Barber Dam during steelhead seasons, steelhead are Rainbow Trout over twenty (20) inches in length with the adipose fin clipped (as evidenced by a healed scar)
    • Fishing for or targeting steelhead is prohibited unless a steelhead season is specifically opened for that water (see fishing regulations for details)
    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 hybrids (e.g. Tiger Trout)
    • Trout limit is 6, all species combined
    • Does not include Bull Trout and Brook Trout which are listed separately
    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 Pacific Lamprey
    • May not be harvested or possessed
    All Other Fish Species includes bullfrogs and crayfish
    • No bag, size or possession limit
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