The most prolific and unspoiled West Slope cutthroat fishery in the world, the Middle Fork of the Idaho’s Salmon River offers what many consider the finest multi-day wilderness float trip in America.
While the fishing is excellent throughout the season, the early season favors big white water, and the late season favors fishing. From late August through September, low flows offernon-stop dry fly action for anglers of all skill levels. Late-season trips begin with a fly-in to Indian Creek and allow ample time to thoroughly fish 50 miles of remarkable, wilderness fly water.
Middle Fork Wilderness Outfitters Accommodations:
Middle Fork Wilderness Outfitters is owner-operated and boasts a superb staff, incredible Dutch oven cuisine, comfortable camps that are fully set up upon arrival, and a safety and service record that is unequalled in the field. For group members interested in more than fishing, hiking and paddling inflatable kayaks are daily options. Add to that the natural hot springs, native pictographs, and the abundant wildlife of the area, and you will quickly see why we consider this trip through the lower 48’s largest contiguous wilderness area a never-to-be-forgotten experience for family groups and nature-loving anglers alike.