Idaho is famous for her fly fishing streams and with the cooler fall weather approaching, the trout will be biting. Fall is a splendid season in the Idaho mountains with warm days, cool nights and beautiful colors. The latest rage in fly-fishing on Pacific Northwest rivers is an elegant casting technique known as “Spey Fishing”. Born over 150 years ago on the streams of the northern Scottish highlands, spey casting is being reborn on the heavily vegetated streams and rivers of Idaho. Not only do you need no backcast space and can fish water unreachable with single-handed rods, but spey rods allow precise control of the fly as it moves through the water.
The Steelhead on the Clearwater River are the perfect catch for Spey Anglers. The Clearwater River is famous for the large “B-Run” Steelhead that return to the spawning areas after two years in the ocean. Many of these great fighters will weigh 20 lbs. or more. This fishery is supported by the worlds largest Steelhead/Salmon Hatchery, located at the confluence of the North Fork and the mainstem of the Clearwater near Orofino.
TMI Tours offers “Stay n’ Spey” packages with 3 nights of accommodations on the Clearwater River and 2 days of meals and professionally guided fishing. This beautiful lodge is surrounded by the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness and three of the original eight Wild & Scenic Rivers protected by Congress in 1968. Each handcrafted log cabin offers spacious accommodations, private hot tub, large outdoor deck with grill and a convenience kitchen as well as spectacular river and mountain views. Meals can be enjoyed at the café located in the main lodge. Packages start at $750.00 per person with limited availability until October 15th. Call Linda or Rhonda today to reserved your Spey Fishing Adventure in Idaho’s vast wilderness. 1-800-975-7775 or email@example.com