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A photo of the St Joe River.

St. Joe River Outing

St. Joe River Outing  Dates: July 22-24, 2022Host: Alicia & Ken Moore  Directions #1: There are two main ways to reach St. Joe & Fly Flat Campground. Easiest & longest is via St Maries, ID. Take Dishman-Mica Road south to the intersection of WA-27. Turn right takes you to the sign to “Rockford” where you take …

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A photo of Clear Lake.

Clark Fork River Outing

Clark Fork River OutingHost: Alicia & Ken Moore Date: August 5-7, 2022  Alicia and I look forward to hosting the Clark Fork River Outing August 14-16 at the Sloway Campground Exit 37 on Highway I-90 in the beautiful state of Montana.   Directions:  All day trips for this outing will be run out of the Sloway …

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A photo of the Kootenai River.

Kootenai River Outing

Kootenai River Outing (Float & Wade Fishing) Date: September 9-11, 2022 Host: Dan Wight  For those that have not been on an outing to the Kootenai River in Montana the options are many and all are good. At this time of the year I like to run the upper section which is just below the Libby …

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Washington Fishing Season

General Season – 4th Sat. in April (23rd) thru Sept. 30th Amber Lake – March 1 – Nov. 30th  Some Lakes Close Oct. 31, 2022 Check Washington Regulations for additional information. Free Fishing Weekend – June 12, 13, 2022

Idaho Fishing Season

Idaho Fishing Season All Idaho Waters Open All Year Check Idaho Regulations (Links) for additional information, dates and regulations. Free Fishing Day – Sat. June 12, 2022

Montana Fishing Season

Montana Fishing Season Third Sat. in May (15th) through Nov. 30 Check Montana Regulations for additional information, dates, and regulations. Free Fishing Day Weekend, June 19 and 20, 2022

Spokane River

The Spokane River is a wonderful local river fishery that flows from the Washington/Idaho State line thru downtown Spokane to Nine Mile Falls. The general season begins the Saturday before Memorial Day (May 29th) and runs to mid-March. It is a very diverse river with several different types of water. Please be aware of the …

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