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Snake River Fishing Exclusive, 4 days

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Deposit per booking, what you pay now: Adult/Child » $500
Trip Cost per booking: Adult » $1890, Child » $1890


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Trips can be tentatively reserved for 7 days. Reservations are confirmed upon a receipt of a deposit. We accept deposits by check, money order, Visa, and/or MasterCard. When we receive your completed reservation form and deposit we will send your confirmation receipt, a detailed packing list, and travel information. Reservation forms may be filled out online on our website or simply call us.

Final Payments

The balance is due 45 days prior to the launch date of your trip. If final payment is not received when due, we reserve the right to regard the reservation canceled.


If you find it necessary to cancel your trip, please notify us as soon as possible. You will be given a refund less the deposit if you cancel 45 days prior to departure. If cancellations are made on or after the final payment due date, no money will be refunded unless we fill the trip. In that case we will refund your payment less the deposit amount. You are welcome to find a replacement for yourself.

We recommend you consider purchasing trip insurance.

*3% use fee



  • Season: May through September
  • Length: 4 days, 32 miles
  • Difficulty: Intermediate, Class III/IV
  • Meets: Cambridge, ID
  • Ends: Transportation back to Cambridge included
  • Rates:  $1890

Hells Canyon boasts some of the best small mouth bass fishing on the planet. 60+ fish days are not uncommon. These feisty fish are great on a spinning rod or with a little instruction. They are great fun to catch on flies. There are 2-3 fishermen per boat which gives you plenty of time and space to fish all day. There is also time to try your luck at sturgeon fishing. There is nothing like fighting an 8 foot prehistoric fish. When your arms start to hurt sit back relax, take in the amazing scenery of Hells Canyon, and have a cold drink. There is also plenty of time for hiking, and exploring the Canyon’s history. Abandoned homesteader cabins, Chinese mining sites, and ancient pictographs are just some of the sites you will see.