Middle Fork of the Salmon River Fly Fishing & Rafting Blog
Learn how the water flows on the Salmon River basin can have a great impact on your vacation in the Frank Church Wilderness with Solitude River Trips.
Our Salmon River rafting trips in Idaho offer 6 full days of activities on & off the water. Along with incredible canyon scenery, our trips offer full-service glamping accommodations and gourmet food. Here’s a rundown of a typical day of your trip.
The crown jewel of Idaho’s wilderness rivers is the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. It’s essentially a guarantee that you won’t run out of remote and glorious public wilderness to explore in our stunning state.
The Middle Fork of the Salmon River is famous for dry fly fishing. Learn the best flies to use for every season on the river.
One of the most unique and special things about the Middle Fork is that we get a full profile of Idaho’s geography and ecosystems on our multi-day trips. Temperatures can vary well over 10F degrees between the upper and lower sections of the river! Check out historical norms and ways to accurately predict the weather on your trip.
Our wilderness vacations are full service & all-inclusive, but bringing a few comforts from home can make your experience even more enjoyable.
Idaho has the most federally designated wilderness area in the lower 48 states, and over 70% of the state is public land. There are seemingly endless opportunities for adventurous outdoor recreation!
Several of the most famous fly fishing waters in the country flow through Idaho. The eastern border with Montana and Wyoming is geographically defined by the Continental Divide where the cold clean headwaters of the major Northwest rivers flow off the Rocky Mountains. This region provides anglers a lifetime of trout fisheries to explore.
We kicked off our 2015 season with a wonderful trip full of birthdays, anniversaries, kids, hiking, and lots of swimming (even in June!!) We all celebrate in different ways: Barry celebrates his 49th birthday with 49 pushups (and gets some others to join...
This ancient ponderosa stands at the confluence of #camascreek. It is one of my favorite trees. When it was a sapling the sheepeater natives sat in its shade and sharpened their arrowheads for hunting salmon and other fauna; in the 1860s white...