Trips By Species
Let’s go fishing!
Steelhead season is a cherished time of year for anglers, offering seven months of exciting opportunities to reel in one of the most sought-after fish. Spanning from September through March, this species truly makes its mark on fishing culture.
In the Pacific Northwest, salmon is a highly-valued delicacy revered for its unique taste and texture. With an abundance of flavor and health benefits, it’s no wonder why this species has gained international acclaim over the years!
Sturgeon fishing is an angler’s dream – these majestic fish are the largest freshwater species found in North America, providing a once-in-a-lifetime catch for any keen fisher.
Smallmouth Bass fishing is at its prime during the summer months; June through September. This season offers great potential for anglers – with some days producing over 100 fish!
The Columbia River is renowned for its exceptional Walleye fishing opportunities, especially at the John Day Dam and McNary Dam regions of Washington. It’s no wonder avid fishermen flock here to test their luck on this amazing fishery!
For a unique fishing experience, come to Dworshak Reservoir. During the months of February through July you can catch one of Idaho’s biggest Kokanee populations! Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity for great catches and an unforgettable adventure.