Welcome to North Idaho
To live in a place other people dream of visiting is incredible. Through the lens of my camera OnLocation North Idaho will bring you a slice of life as we know it in the Idaho panhandle. Enjoy!
Friday, April 3, 2009
Ten miles south of Sandpoint, Cocolalla Lake is an accessible, 800-acre year-round fishery fed by Cocolalla Creek. It's also popular for ice fishing in winter ... although the ice is beginning to break up as April arrives, creating a jagged design from the eastern shoreline to the west. Cocolalla Creek provides spawning habitat for brown, rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout. Opportunities for warm water fish really sets this lake apart from other north Idaho lakes, especially the chance to catch channel catfish.
Posted by Kerri Rankin Thoreson at 2:45 PM