Adventure Is Calling

Grab your bike, hiking boots, or climbing gear for a trip you'll never forget.

Front and Backcountry Journeys

See the best of Idaho on a trail ride

Adventure Is Calling

Grab your bike, hiking boots, Lifejacket or climbing gear for a trip you'll never forget.

Front and Backcountry Journeys

Go Hunt for Idaho's Wild Side

2019 Annual Meeting

The Thaw Gala and Auction

Posts by Steve Stuebner

Idaho’s unsung recreation meccas

Discover an eclectic mix of world-class recreation activities in these quaint mountain communities  By Steve Stuebner It’s summertime in Idaho, and the recreation season is in full swing in our mountains, lakes and rivers. In this segment on Exploring Idaho, we’re spotlighting some of the lesser-known, unsung recreation meccas in the state, anchored in quaint,…

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IOGA annual meeting set for Dec. 12-13 in Boise

By Steve Stuebner The Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association 2018 annual meeting will feature the introduction of new executive director Aaron Lieberman, discussions about a new hunting tag allocation system and  budgeting for a seasonal business, and, of course, the Thaw Fundraiser, dinner, silent/live auction and live music by Jimmy Bivens. The meeting will occur…

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Idaho outfitters look forward to a strong big-game season in 2018

Idaho’s hunting outfitters and Fish and Game officials are expecting a very active big-game season this fall, with potentially a record number of hunters pursuing elk, mule deer, and white-tailed deer and strong harvest rates expected. Archery season is under way, and rifle big-game seasons are starting in mid-September in Central Idaho units, where you…

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Spring fishing is heating up in Idaho

By Steve Stuebner Spring fishing is starting to heat up in Idaho after a long winter that brought plenty of snow and freshwater to Idaho’s rivers and reservoirs. Idaho outfitters are fishing for Chinook salmon on Lake Coeur d’Alene, steelhead on the Salmon River near Salmon, cutthroat, rainbow and brown trout on the South Fork…

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Outdoor writer to detail sexual harrassment in Colo. river-guiding industry at IOGA annual meeting

By Steve Stuebner Jayme Moye, a widely published outdoor journalist who wrote an exposé about sexual harassment in the river-guiding industry in Colorado and inside the National Park Service, Grand Canyon District, will be the lunch speaker on Thursday, Dec. 14th, during the 63rd annual meeting of the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association (IOGA) in…

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Idaho outfitters expecting a promising big game hunting season

By Steve Stuebner It’s September — the temperatures are cooling off, the nights are getting chilly in the mountains, and the spine-tingling bugle call of Rocky Mountain elk is echoing in the forest. That means it’s time to go hunting! Idaho outfitters who lead big game hunts are optimistic about a promising hunting season this…

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