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Attention steelhead fishers: the steelies are waiting for you to hit the water! Prime time for steelhead fishing is coming right up, so this is an excellent time to make your plan. Depending on weather, the best time for you to fish is the 3rd or 4th week of October. And, remember that the worst day of fishing is better than a day at work, and no matter what, fishing is fishing!Blog Type: Fish in Idaho
The water still remains good on the upper Salmon River. Now is the time to book your reservation for a day float on the Salmon. The rapids are still fun, the weather is warm and sunny, and we will prepare a great lunch for you. You do not need to bring anything, leave it all to us.
Our float trips on the Upper Salmon River have much the same benefits as the middle fork without spending a king's ransom and our day trips go so much faster. We get you to the launch site in an hour, you spend the next 2 to 3 hours going through the rapids, we pull over for lunch, which takes about another hour. Then, back into the water for short float to the take out site. Your day with us will start about 9:00 AM, and you'll be back to your car or lodging by around 5:00 PM, guaranteed.Blog Type: Whitewater Rafting
Stream flows on the upper Salmon River between Spring Creek launch site and the Cove Creek take out are still very good! So, if you're looking to have a fun day on the river, call Kookaburra Rafting and make your reservation today! We'll treat you to grilled steak or chicken luncheon, your choice with desert and beverage. Served at the mouth of Panther Creek, at Grant Duncan's beautiful park like setting. Call us today!
These hot. dry summer days are the perfect time to float the upper Salmon River. Kookaburra Rafting will take you through the rapids and guarantee you'll get wet enough to cool down. And if per chance that doesn't do it, your guide will let you get in the river and float down always. Come float with us, the river is still good for a fast trip through whitewater polished off with a tasty lunch.Blog Type: Whitewater Rafting