Idaho is famous in the fly fishing world for its blue-ribbon trout streams! For anglers, Idaho is truly a land of opportunity and variety with 6,000 miles of streams and rivers, more than 3,000 natural lakes, and a quarter-million acres of ponds and reservoirs covering the gamete from alpine valleys to lowland deserts. Inhabiting those waters are 42 game fish species, from giant white sturgeon to wild trout, catfish to kokanee, and smallmouth bass to salmon and steelhead.