Hells Canyon Fishing Adventure
HELLS CANYON Guided STEELHEAD Fishing Trip
We hit the scenic back country of Idaho, our fishing rods in hand and ready to catch some awesome Steelhead!
Idaho’s backcountry offers the perfect playground for fishing fanatics, especially along Hells Canyon on the Snake River. Steelhead season is our special time of year; it’s a unique Rainbow Trout that travels between ocean and freshwater habitats in search of its ideal spawning grounds.
If you’re up for a real battle, Hells Canyon Steelhead don’t disappoint; these hard-fighting fish put on an incredible show and are sure to give your arms (and patience) a workout. Not only that, but steelies at this location in the river can get huge, we’ve even seen some massive 10+ pounders! All season long our highly experienced local guides will be there to guide you every step of the way.
Looking to land the legendary Steelhead? Our Hells Canyon Fishing Guides make it easy – no learning curve necessary! You’ll get all your angling gear, a tasty shore lunch, and have an expert at hand ready to fillet up that prize catch. So, drop those lines for one of anglers’ most sought-after game fish!
SNAKE RIVER HELLS CANYON STURGEON
Craving an adventure? Look no further than a fun-filled day of sturgeon fishing.
If you’re in the mood for a real challenge, then our Hells Canyon Sturgeon fishery is calling your name. These gargantuan freshwater fish – some of which can reach 10 feet or more! – are absolutely mammoth and provide an incredible battle when hooked. They don’t call them ‘the largest’ of their kind in North America for nothing!
Our experienced Hells Canyon guides know the ins and outs – from where to find these fish, to which months are prime for hooking these big boys. April through June or October & November can be your ticket in an epic battle you won’t soon forget – so grab yourself some buddies and jump aboard with us – let’s get those monsters on the beautiful Snake River.
SNAKE RIVER HELLS CANYON SMALLMOUTH BASS
Fury in a tiny package.
The Smallmouth Bass near Heller Bar will give you one heck of a fight! With our Heller Bar guided trips, your springtime excursion is sure to be brimming with activity. We guarantee an action-packed day where it’s not uncommon for 100+ feisty fish between 10-18 inches long (or even bigger!) to cross your line.
If you’re looking to reel in some bass and sturgeon, the shorelines are sure to be your new favorite spot. Cast soft plastics like tubes, senkos, or curly tails into pockets of water near rocky areas and shrubs – simple yet effective! Don’t forget that this combo can create a truly amazing fishing experience (not even mentioning how rewarding it’ll feel when you bring home those prized catches).
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Frequently Asked Questions about our fishing trips
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN I BRING ON MY TRIP?
The legal max boatload is six anglers, but with six full time guides available we are able to accommodate large groups of more than six people.
IS LUNCH/DRINKS PROVIDED ON MY TRIPS?
We do provide a BBQ lunch and drinks on all Clearwater, Snake, and Dworshak trips. Lunch and drinks ARE NOT provided on any of our Columbia River or Grande Ronde river trips.
HOW MANY HOURS ARE WE ON THE WATER?
Look forward to at least 8 hours of fishing unless you book a half day trip, then look forward to 4 hours of fishing
DO YOU PROVIDE ALL THE GEAR WE NEED TO FISH?
Yes, each guide is fully equipped with top-notch rods, reels and bait to ensure success on your trip.
DO I NEED TO PRE-PAY OR PLACE A DEPOSIT DOWN TO HOLD MY SPOT?
We require a 50% deposit at the time of booking, final payment must be made in full 10 days prior to your trip. We do not offer refunds for cancellations or head-count changes made inside 10 days of your trip.
DO YOU CLEAN AND FILLET OUR CATCH?
Yes, all of our guides will clean and fillet your catch unless otherwise specified.