Minimum charge is $25 per shuttle. Rates vary depending on the location.
Call us or stop by our shop for rates and locations.
|July 1 - Oct 14||Catch & Release Steelhead|
|Oct 15 - April 30||Catch & Keep Steelhead|
|May 1 - Aug 1||Catch & Keep Spring Salmon*|
|April - July||Dworshak - Kokanee, Trout & Bass|
|*Depending on season dates|
2012 Spring Chinook Salmon
Effective June 2, 2012, the adult daily and possession limit for adult Spring Chinook salmon is reduced to ONE (1) adult day and three (3) adults in possession on the mainstem Clearwater and Middle Fork Clearwater rivers. For further questions please call IDFG at 208.799.5010
2012 - Spring Chinook Salmon Season will begin April 22nd on the Clearwater River drainage. The daily limit is four Chinook, only two may be adults (24 or more inches long), but only one adult may be from the North Fork of the Clearwater. The possession limit is 12, only six may be adults. The statewide annual limit is 20 adult Chinook in the 2012 seasons occurring before September 1, 2012
2012 - 2013 Steelhead
Steelhead season began August 1, 2012 in the lower Clearwater River (downstream of Memorial Bridge)
2012 Fall Chinook Salmon
The Fall Chinook season will begin September 1, 2012 and will continue until further notice or October 31, 2012, whichever comes first. The fishery will occur in the Snake River and the lower Clearwater River. The Clearwater will open from its mouth to the Memorial Bridge.
- Anglers may keep only fish with a clipped adipose fin, evidenced by a healed scar. All salmon with an intact adipose fin must be released.
- The daily limit is six adult fall Chinook, and the possession limit is 18. There is no season limit on adult fall Chinook. There are no daily or possession limits on jacks and anglers are not required to mark jacks on their salmon permit.
- Anglers may use only barbless hooks no larger than five-eighths inch from the point to the shank. When the daily, possession limit is reached, the angler must stop fishing for salmon, including catch and-release.
- Anglers must have a valid Idaho fishing license and salmon permit in possession to fish for salmon. A salmon permit used during the spring or summer season is still valid for the fall season.
|Full Day||$225||per person - per day - 2 or more|
|1/2 Day||$175||per person - per day - 2 or more|
|Full Day||$375||single person - per day|
|1/2 Day||$275||single person - per day|
|Corporate Rates Available|
|Full Day||$225||per person - per day|
|Family Rates Available|
What We Provide
Full Day - At least 8 hours of fishing
- Lunch & beverages, bait, tackle, guide & boat
1/2 Day - 4 hours of fishing
- Bait, tackle, guide & boat