Salmon River Steelhead Fishing

Discover Guided Idaho Steelhead Fishing Trips

Discover one of our most exciting fishing tours yet with River Adventures’ steelhead fishing guides in Idaho. Our expert steelhead fishing guides will journey with you across the Salmon River on our U.S. Coast Guard-approved fishing jet boats. River Adventures has nearly 40 years of experience in guided fishing tours—our team is here to make your fishing dreams a reality. We know the best spots on the river, and we’re here to make sure you can grab a good catch.

Our Idaho steelhead fishing guides on the Salmon River are renowned the world over. In fact, the reputation of our Salmon River steelhead fishing trips brings travelers from all over the world, including celebrities and world leaders, right here to our little haven in Idaho.

River Adventures’ expert steelhead fishing guides will take you right where you need to be during steelhead season. We provide all the equipment, including any bait and tackle you will need. You will have a blast fighting these determined fish. If you’re in the mood for a challenging and rewarding day on the water, River Adventures is the place to call. Team up with our Idaho steelhead fishing guides, and we’ll take you on a journey down the Salmon River.


Start of the New Steelhead Season on the Salmon River:

Steelhead Fishing Trip Information

  • Guided Salmon River steelhead fishing trips start at 8:30 AM & return at 4:30 PM (MT).
  • We fish out of U.S. Coast Guard approved jet boats.
  • We will supply rods, tackle, and bait. You can bring your own too if you would like.
  • You provide your own lunch and beverages. (We can provide lunch per your request at an additional cost.)
  • Call for information about what to wear.
  • Charter price $1,350+tax, for up to 6 people. Additional $220/person after 6.
  • $4 Forest Service Fee per person above Vinegar Creek.

Steelhead Fishing Resources

For more information about our Salmon River tour and our Idaho steelhead fishing guides, contact River Adventures today.