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Rafting Links & Fishing Links – Idaho’s Salmon River

This page contains rafting links and fishing links to a variety of resources to help you plan a great rafting or fishing vacation on Idaho’s Salmon River. Please contact us any time if you need help with trip planning or can’t find something you need here.

Whitewater Rafting Trip Information and Reservation Form

Fishing Trip Information and Reservation Form

Bed and Breakfasts, Guest Ranch links

Idaho Information

Lewis & Clark Information

Download Rafting Trip Information Here:

Trip Info and Reservation Form 2017

Raft Trip Reservation Form

Trip Info Packet 2017 – contains lodging info, gear list, trip planning checklist and essential trip planning info

Medical and Risk Forms – fill out one form per party member

Buy Trip Insurance at insuremytrip.com

Book your charter flights at Gem Air or Sawtooth Flying Service

Arrange a car shuttle with Blackadar Boating

Charter a van shuttle for your group at Sawtooth Transportation

Summer Fishing Information including tackle, fishing licenses

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Download Fishing Trip Information Here:

General Fishing Trip Information

Driftboat Steelhead Fishing Trip Information

Drift Boat Steelhead Fishing Reservation Form

Driftboat Chinook Salmon Fishing Trip Packet

Wilderness Steelhead Fishing Trip Reservation Form

Wilderness Steelhead Fishing Trip Packet

Medical and Risk Forms – fill out one form per party member

Buy Trip Insurance at insuremytrip.com

Book your charter flights at Gem Air or Sawtooth Flying Service

Purchase an Idaho fishing license here (and salmon or steelhead tag for salmon and steelhead fishermen) Or call Idaho Fish and Game at 1-800-554-8685, and use your credit card. They will ask you for specific dates you want to fish, so have them handy before you call. For summer rafting trips we recommend that you purchase a license for the middle 3 or 4 days of your trip.

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Idaho Info

Campbell’s Ferry – An historic homestead along the Salmon River that we like to visit during summer raft trips, recently purchased for preservation and conservation

Current Idaho River Flows

Lemhi County Historical Society & Museum

Salmon Area BLM Recreation Sites

Official Idaho Travel Planner

Purchase an Idaho fishing license here (and salmon or steelhead tag for salmon and steelhead fishermen) Or call Idaho Fish and Game at 1-800-554-8685, and use your credit card. They will ask you for specific dates you want to fish, so have them handy before you call. For summer rafting trips we recommend that you purchase a license for the middle 3 or 4 days of your trip.

World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise – Captive eagles, falcons and an endangered California Condor in an educational, entertaining museum

Geertson Creek Trail Rides in Salmon – Single day trail rides exploring mountain lakes and the foothills of the continental divide near Salmon. A great way to spend a fun-filled day before or after your Silver Cloud raft trip

Wildland Firefighters Foundation in Boise – Idaho’s wilderness has been impacted by fire for eons; we sometimes observe wildland fire during our raft trips from the safety of the river. The WFF helps those who manage our public natural resources during summer fire seasons

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Salmon Area Bed & Breakfasts

100 Acre Wood Resort – A unique bed and breakfast offering backcountry van tours, bike tours and trail rides.

Syringa Lodge – Step back in time at this historic spruce log B & B located on a bluff overlooking Salmon City and the Salmon River

Guest Ranches

Shepp Ranch – For guests who want to combine ranch activities with their Silver Cloud raft trip. Shepp Ranch is an historic working guest ranch on the Salmon River that offers trail rides, hunting and fishing.

Elkhorn Ranch in Montana – Dude ranch located one mile from Yellowstone National Park

Gear & Merchandise

NRS – Northwest River Supply

Cascade Outfitters – Cascade Outfitters sells top quality rafts, kayaks and river equipment

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Lewis & Clark Links & Info

National Geographic Lewis and Clark site

Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center in Salmon, Idaho

Lemhi Valley: Birthplace of Sacajawea

Lewis and Clark in Idaho

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail & National Park Service Lewis and Clark sites

Lewis and Clark – The Journey of the Corps of Discovery PBS web page

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The River of No Return, Idaho’s Wild and Scenic Salmon River