Rivers & Streams
Idaho is famous for its blue-ribbon trout fishing. The prospect of fishing the gin-clear waters of the Henry's Fork, the South Fork of the Snake River and the Middle Fork of the Salmon draw anglers to Idaho from throughout the world. Our guides will show you the best way to fish these streams on fun-filled trips, plus, Idaho has many other little-known fishing gems like the St. Joe and the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene.
Steelhead & Salmon
Be one of the smart anglers who flock to Idaho every spring, summer and fall for the rare opportunity to catch big, robust king salmon or steelhead (ocean-going rainbow trout) on guided fishing trips. Idaho is the only inland state in the western U.S. where you can catch these treasured fish. Our guides unlock the mystery of how to catch steelhead and salmon on Idaho's beautiful Salmon, Snake and Clearwater Rivers.
Lakes & Reservoirs
Big glistening blue lakes in North Idaho and a bounty of productive reservoirs throughout Idaho tantalize anglers with the promise of diverse fishing – everything from giant Kamloops, Mackinaw and northern pike, to small-mouth bass, crappie, rainbow trout, kokanee, catfish and bluegill. Cast a line into Idaho's lakes and reservoirs and marvel at what you catch.
Summer Pack Trips: Fishing and Camping
Take a horseback ride to a gorgeous, turquoise high mountain lake surrounded by serrated granite peaks, and then pull out your fishing pole to catch fresh rainbow, cutthroat, brook or California golden trout for dinner. The fish are often eager to bite and can be relatively easy to catch.