Fish the Snake River in Hells Canyon
North America's Deepest River Gorge
The Snake River in Hells Canyon is an excellent fishery for all types of fishermen. It provides opportunity to fish for Steelhead, Chinook Salmon, Sturgeon, Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, and an occasional Channel Catfish. Our guides specialize in a variety of fishing techniques. Some of which include back trolling, drifting, cast and retrieve, bait fishing, and fly fishing. We strive to accommodate all fishermen from the novice to expert levels.
The most popular Steelhead fishing is best from October through February. Anglers have the opportunity to fish for Steelhead runs returning back to the Grande Rhonde River, Salmon River, Imnaha River, and Snake River. These rivers combine to provide on average 80,000 catchable returning fish. Don’t forget, in late September and early October an angler typically has a good opportunity of hooking into a Fall Chinook Salmon while on a Steelhead charter.
The Sturgeon in the Snake River are prehistoric looking fish that can reach up to 12-13 feet in length. The larger fish can reach weights exceeding 350 pounds. The Snake River Hells Canyon fishery is a Catch-And-Release fishery with excellent populations of big fish for the sport fishing challenge. Although Sturgeon Fishing is year-round in Hells Canyon, we recommend booking April through October, which allows opportunity for Smallmouth Bass and Rainbow Trout as well.
Experience the Snake River Hells Canyon and Salmon River of No Return in Idaho and Oregon and enjoy the beautiful rugged canyons and whitewater they have to offer. Historically, there are multiple old homesteads, mining areas, Native American remnants, and Nationally Registered Historical Structures to visit. Along the trip enjoy wildlife viewing with opportunities to see deer, elk, black bears, world class bighorn sheep, river otters, and occasionally cougars, bobcats, and wolves.
Just a few of our past unique experiences have included their groups wanting to simply focus on spending river and beach time. Furthermore, we have catered to family charters, work associates, meetings, team building getaways, weddings, wedding groups, Native American pictograph and petroglyph searches, and beach BBQs. We have even helped organize private group fishing competitions. No matter what the request might be, we will do our best to cater to the experience and nonetheless we have the availability of lodging to expand the options offered.