May 20, 2022

Snake River Walleye, Kokanee Drop Camp, Fly Fishing School

Recent trips on the Snake River has produced good numbers of nice eating sized Walleye for our guests. This time of year we see a range of sizes from 12″ up to 30″+ fish. With the water cooler than normal we should see good fishing continue well into the summer.

With the Grande Ronde flowing higher and cooler than normal, we are able to provide bass trips later into the summer than we normally do. If you have ever wanted to learn how to fish with a fly rod, now is your chance. We will be offering a package where you will meet our guides the evening prior to your trip, they will teach you the basics of fly fishing, and then the next day you will float the Grande Ronde for bass. This is a great way to start out fly fishing. Dinner and drinks will be provided. Cost is $325 per angler.

Dworshak Reservoir is a great place to camp and enjoy the summer. Kokanee fishing is excellent right now. We are offering a package where we will drop you and your guests off at one of the 80 remote camp sites on the reservoir the night before your trip. Our guides will pick you up in the morning at the camp and fish you all day for your choice of Kokanee, Smallmouth Bass, or a combination of the two. Cost is $250 each angler for fishing + $150 for the drop camp.

Dworshak Kokanee Fishing Report


Kokanee fishing was on fire this past weekend for RTF guide Barry Howard. With multiple limits each day (25 per angler) fishing should remain good until mid July. Kokanee are great smoked, BBQ’d, or canned. Our guides will clean and scale your catch so all you have to do is go home and prepare them the way you like. Dworshak Reservoir is beautiful this time of year and a great place for a family outing. Kokanee fishing is great for kids. Discount for groups over 3 anglers.