About 35 people attended the Idaho Fish and Game Open House on Wednesday evening, March 27, at the Best Western Lodge at River's Edge. The purpose was to update the public and answer any questions about the Corps-IDFG partnership effort to improve Dworshak Reservoir ecosystem's health by adding nutrients in the form of fertilizer.
More interested fishermen came that had heard of the project in previous years, but had not participated in any of the discussions with the Corps and Idaho Fish and Game and the Corps. They indicated they were in favor of the project if it helps produce fish like they have been catching last year, and so far this year has been very positive. I also had a number of bass fishermen interested in connections between bass fishing quality, bass size and the project.
The open house has been annual public event in the interest of keeping the public informed of what the Corps is doing to improve the reservoir.
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