or at local retailers such as CAL-Ranch and Walmart.
In addition to fishing, the paddling opportunities are limitless. Of the many places to go, some of our favorites are from Hibbard Bridge to Warm Slough or from Warm Slough to Beaver Dick Park. If you plan on paddling from Hibbard Bridge to Warm Slough, figure on about two hours on the water, depending on water levels. If you are unfamiliar with this area, take someone along who has been there before.
If you would like to go on your own, a canoe can be rented from the Outdoor Resource Center under the north end of the stadium. Canoe packages are $20 which include all necessary paddle gear. Before heading out, make sure you check water levels and ask around to see if the section of water you are paddling is a safe boating area.
If going on your own seems a little daunting or if you just want to go with others, join one of Outdoor Activies groups. The next trip will be on May 13th at 5PM. A ticket may be purchased from the BYU-Idaho ticket office. The cost is $10 per person and includes all necessary equipment, transportation and a picnic dinner.
Whatever your pleasure, please make sure that you paddle safely and wear a life jacket while on the water at all times. Check water levels before you go and make sure you let someone know where you are going and when you should be expected to return home.