Puncheon Project for Upper St. Joe River

The forest service recently installed a total of 300 feet of puncheon (pronounced pun-shun) otherwise known as a plank road on the upper St. Joe trail…

Toys For Tots 2018

The Toys For Tots event was again very successful with four large bags full of toys and a $1,000 check being given to the Marine representatives.  The…

WDFW Certificate of Recognition

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife recently awarded our club with a Certificate of Recognition for our contributions to the WDFW mission. …

Bayley Lake Spawning Beds

Many years ago the IEFFC in cooperation with the WDFW put in five weirs (low dams) and laid down gravel in the ponds formed by the weirs to create spawning…

Fall Fin Clipping 2018

Once again IEFFC Volunteers helped the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife at the Little Spokane River Fish Hatchery in September. About 60,000…

Signs For Medical Lake

In cooperation with the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife and the town of Medical Lake the IEFFC furnished two new signs spelling out Selective…

Kid's Fishing

Kid’s Fishing was again a great success and a number of IEFFC members were present to assist WDFW with the project.   The event started on Friday,…

New Sign at Amber Lake

Jerry McBride and Jim Athearn recently installed a new sign at the Amber Lake boat launch. This new sign replaces the previous one and emphasizes the…

2018 Big Horn Show

Our booth at the Big Horn Show was again a huge success. There was great participation from the club and a large number of visitors to our display. We…

Conservation Committee Sets 2018 Projects

2018 For Sure Latah Creek River Keeper Silt Monitoring – See article by Tom Stralser. 2018 Just About for Sure Clean Out Bayley Lake Spawning Channel…

Toys for Tots 2017

Our November meeting is historically dedicated to honoring our veterans while also contributing to our community by raising funds and donating toys for…

Rocky Ford Bridges Replaced

The north and south bridges have now been replaced at Rocky Ford Creek and the results are impressive. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife,…