Salmon River Fishing can be a great get-away, and also makes a fabulous family vacation. Fishing on the Salmon River brings you back to the feel of long ago when rivers ran wild and free. The Salmon River, located in the wilderness country of Idaho, still retains the wilderness feel that drew the settlers to the west.
Fishing on the Salmon River
The Salmon River has great trout fishing, and is famous for our great Salmon and Steelhead runs. Each fishing season the banks are lined with avid fishermen and women from all over, looking for a good catch.
Salmon river rafting is the adventure of a lifetime! The Main Salmon River is located in central Idaho, running along the peaks of the Continental Divide and off into the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area.
The Salmon River runs free and clear all year because it is designated as a Wild and Scenic River by Congress. This means it has no dams, and we are able to raft on water which is not subject to sudden rises and dips caused by any water management out of reservoirs.