Interactive Instream Flow Segment Map
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Beginning July 1, 2012 the Game and Fish Department offers a new program to showcase some of the state's most important streams and the work we've done to protect the water flowing in those streams for the public. The X-Stream Angler program was created to encourage anglers and anyone else who values flowing waters to seek out the many popular, and not so popular, streams where instream flow water rights have been obtained over the past quarter century to protect fisheries.
At present, the list of streams with instream flow water rights includes 130 stream segments and it's growing every year. Regardless of whether you've never fished a stream or are a die-hard angler, there's now more incentive than ever to start fishing or keep fishing in some of the state's more X-Stream places.
Information on Instream Flow Program
Informative Articles on Selected Instream Flow Segments
Become An X-Stream Angler
It's fun, easy, and informative!
Follow the steps below to become an X-Stream Angler.
• Find streams to fish
and get driving directions on the Interactive Instream Flow Segment Map
• Fish in at least three
instream flow segments after July 1, 2012
• Download and fill out
the application form
• Attach a photo of you
standing next to or in each stream fished
• Submit the application
to be officially recognized as an X-Stream Angler
All X-Stream Angler's receive a high quality twill cap with the X-Stream Angler logo. If you fish in 7 or more instream flow segments you will receive a premium oil cloth cap with the X-Stream Angler logo.
X-Stream Angler Application Form