Winding Waters River Expeditions

Whitewater rafting and fly fishing company based in Joseph, Oregon.

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  1. Grande Ronde 4 Day June Stonefly & Salmonfly Hatch

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    June 20 – 23 2023 (4 seats left)

    June 27 – 30 2023 (4 seats left) 

    The Grande Ronde River Salmonfly and Stonefly Hatch is a remarkable, one-time-a-year occurrence. Beautiful Salmonflies and Golden Stoneflies become thick in the air and fish cannot get enough of these succulent morsels. Come join the fun during this hatch on our 4 day, fully-guided, and all-inclusive expedition on the beautiful waters of the Grande Ronde wild and scenic section. We’ll take care of every logistic for you, from putting you in the best spots to catch Rainbow Trout to setting up your tent and preparing gourmet meals. When you finish the day, you’ll be greeted with delicious appetizers and drinks. Life doesn’t get much better than that. And we are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. Please note: these dates are flexible within reason (the hatch has a window). *Contact us if you would like to explore other date options for a group of at least 4-6 anglers.

    The beautiful Grande Ronde River canyon
    Our multi-day trips float through the Wild & Scenic section of the Grande Ronde River
    Common Merganser family. Parents adopt young who have drifted downstream of their folks.
    Camp scene among the Ponderosa Pines
    Our guests never go hungry! We use local ingredients whenever possible.
    River otters are a familiar site on all of our rivers
    Evening light on the canyon walls
    Oregon Swallowtail Butterflies along the Grande Ronde's banks
    Columbia River Basalt forms the canyon walls of the Grande Ronde
    Majestic Ponderosa Pines lord over the Grande Ronde's river banks
    Hikes with fantastic views
    Class II and III white water on this beautiful scenic float
    Great fly fishing river, especially for Grande Ronde Steelhead
    Relaxation time

  2. Hells Canyon / Snake River 5 Day Rafting Adventure

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    2022 Launch Dates:

    (2023 Dates below in RATES & DATES)
    May 16: Photography & Wildflowers (5 day trip, 3 Seats Available)
    May 31 Full
    June 8 Open (10 Seats Available)
    June 16 (private charter)
    June 24: Plate & Pitchfork Gourmet Rafting Trip (Full)
    July 2 (private charter)
    July 10 2 seats open
    July 18 (private charter)
    July 26 Full
    August 3 (private charter)
    August 11 (private charter)
    August 19 Full
    August 27 (Private charter)
    September 4 (Private  charter)
    September 12 Open

    Float the deepest river canyon in North America, the Snake River through Hells Canyon on our 5 day rafting adventure. This whitewater rafting trip runs 79 miles through the heart of Hells Canyon, from Hells Canyon Dam to Heller Bar in Idaho. Each trip begins and ends in Joseph, Oregon where round-trip transportation to and from the river is included in your trip cost. Run world-class, powerful class III and IV whitewater, the likes of Granite and Wild Sheep rapids. Visit historical sites, fish for Rainbow Trout and prehistoric White Sturgeon, and let our guides take care of your every last need. And we’d to like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients when available. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. A perfect trip for adventure-seekers ages 7 and up.

    Sunrise in the canyon
    Sunset at Eureka Bar, confluence of the Snake and Imnaha Rivers.
    Farm fresh eggs (we have our own chickens, so we know they're fresh!), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Inflatable kayaks are on every trip
    Nez Perce pictograph sites are abundant in the canyon. We stop to visit them throughout the trip.
    Tomato and blue cheese bruschetta
    World-class whitewater (Class III & IV). That's an 18 foot raft.
    Hells Canyon, the deepest river canyon in North America
    One of the many campsites in the canyon
    Trails are abundant throughout the canyon and there are many hiking opportunities.
    White Sturgeon, indigenous to the Snake River watershed, can grow up to 20 feet in length.
    Black Bear are among the myriad of wildlife we see in the canyon.
    Wild caught Salmon cooked on a cedar plank, one of our specialties.
    View from Hells Canyon Dam, the launch site.
    Scouting

  3. Salmon River 5 Day Rafting Adventure

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    2022 Dates:

    (2023 Dates below in RATES & DATES)
    July 5 (private charter)
    July 11 (private charter)
    July 12 (private charter)
    July 19 (Full)
    July 20 (Full)
    July 26 (private charter)
    August 2 (private charter)
    August 9 (private charter)
    August 16 (private charter)
    August 23 (Full)
    August 30 (5 day, 6 seats open)
    Sept 5 (Women Only 6 Day Trip Contact us for booking)
    Custom Charter Dates available upon request

    Join us on 5 day trip of a lifetime through the lower portion of the Salmon River known as the Canyons. This rafting adventure is quite possibly the best family vacation available today. As the longest free-flowing river contained within 1 state in the lower 48 United States, the Salmon River is arguably one of the most beautiful rivers in North America. Crystal clear water flows 425 miles through a pristine watershed, which is primarily wilderness. Float through 4 deep river canyons while navigating exhilarating class III and IV whitewater in a guided oar boat, paddle raft, and/or inflatable kayak. The white sand beaches are perfect for beach games as well as camping. Let our guides take care of every last detail while you build memories to last a lifetime. And we’d like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. This rafting trip is ideal for both thrill-seekers and relaxation-seekers alike ages 5 and up.

    Sunset on the Salmon
    Snowhole Canyon
    Class III and IV whitewater
    Beautiful white sand beaches
    Snowhole Rapid, Class IV Whitewater
    Deep canyons where all you hear is the trill of Canyon Wrens & laughter from the group
    Fascinating geology, including Columnar Basalt
    Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep
    Class III and IV whitewater
    Beautiful white sand beaches and warm, crystal clear water.
    Quality family time
    A typical beach camp along the Salmon
    Sumo wrestling…a hilarious scene
    Rest, relax, and let us take care of everything
    Native American pictograph site in Green Canyon
    Cliff jumping
    Wild caught salmon cooked on a cedar plank is one of our mouth-watering specialties.
    The zen of the canyons
    Perfect adventure for individuals, families, and groups
    Farm fresh eggs (from our WWRE chickens), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Dinner on the Salmon
    Inflatable Kayak Fun!
    Beach Bocce Ball
  4. Salmon River 4 Day Rafting Adventure

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    2022 Dates:

    (2023 Dates below in RATES & DATES)
    July 5 (private charter)
    July 11 (private charter)
    July 12 (private charter)
    July 19 (Full)
    July 20 (Full)
    July 26 (private charter)
    August 2 (private charter)
    August 9 (private charter)
    August 16 (private charter)
    August 23 (Full)
    August 30 (5 day, 6 seats open)
    Sept 5 (Women Only 6 Day trip Contact Us to book)
    Custom Charter Dates available upon request

    Join us on a 4 day trip of a lifetime through the lower portion of the Salmon River known as the Canyons. This rafting adventure is quite possibly the best family vacation available today. As the longest free-flowing river contained within 1 state in the lower 48 United States, the Salmon River is arguably one of the most beautiful rivers in North America. Crystal clear water flows 425 miles through a pristine watershed, which is primarily wilderness. Float through 4 deep river canyons while navigating exhilarating class III and IV whitewater in a guided oar boat, paddle raft, and/or inflatable kayak. We also bring along stand up paddle boards. The white sand beaches are perfect for beach games as well as camping. And we’d like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. Let our guides take care of every last detail while you build memories to last a lifetime. This trip is ideal for both thrill-seekers and relaxation-seekers alike ages 5 and up.

    Sunset on the Salmon
    Snowhole Canyon
    Class III and IV whitewater
    Beautiful white sand beaches
    Snowhole Rapid, Class IV Whitewater
    Deep canyons where all you hear is the trill of Canyon Wrens & laughter from the group
    Fascinating geology, including Columnar Basalt
    Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep
    Class III and IV whitewater
    Beautiful white sand beaches and warm, crystal clear water.
    Quality family time
    A typical beach camp along the Salmon
    Sumo wrestling…a hilarious scene
    Rest, relax, and let us take care of everything
    Native American pictograph site in Green Canyon
    Cliff jumping
    Wild caught salmon cooked on a cedar plank is one of our mouth-watering specialties.
    The zen of the canyons
    Perfect adventure for individuals, families, and groups
    Farm fresh eggs (from our WWRE chickens), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Dinner on the Salmon
    Inflatable Kayak Fun!
    Beach Bocce Ball
  5. Hells Canyon / Snake River 3 Day Rafting Adventure

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    2022 Launch Dates:

    (2023 Dates below in RATES & DATES)
    May 16: Photography & Wildflowers (5 day trip, 3 Seats Available)
    May 31 Full
    June 8 Open (10 Seats Available)
    June 16 (private charter)
    June 24: Plate & Pitchfork Gourmet Rafting Trip (Full)
    July 2 (private charter)
    July 10 2 seats open
    July 18 (private charter)
    July 26 Full
    August 3 (private charter)
    August 11 (private charter)
    August 19 Full
    August 27 (private charter)
    September 4 (private  charter)
    September 12 Open

    Float the deepest river canyon in North America, the Snake River through Hells Canyon on our 3 day rafting adventure, which runs 32 miles through the upper section of Hells Canyon, from Hells Canyon Dam to Pittsburg Landing in Idaho. This trip begins in Joseph, Oregon. You will drive your vehicle to Hells Canyon Dam (the launch) the morning of the trip and your vehicle will be shuttled to the take-out at Pittsburg Landing, Idaho. Pittsburg Landing is located 5 hours from Joseph, where you will start your trip. Run the biggest whitewater in the Pacific Northwest, visit historical sites, fish for prehistoric White Sturgeon, and let our guides take care of your every last need. And we’d to like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients when available. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. A perfect trip for adventure-seekers ages 7 and up.

    Sunrise in the canyon
    Sunset at Eureka Bar, confluence of the Snake and Imnaha Rivers.
    Farm fresh eggs (we have our own chickens, so we know they're fresh!), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Inflatable kayaks are on every trip
    Nez Perce pictograph sites are abundant in the canyon. We stop to visit them throughout the trip.
    Tomato and blue cheese bruschetta
    World-class whitewater (Class III & IV). That's an 18 foot raft.
    Hells Canyon, the deepest river canyon in North America
    One of the many campsites in the canyon
    Trails are abundant throughout the canyon and there are many hiking opportunities.
    White Sturgeon, indigenous to the Snake River watershed, can grow up to 20 feet in length.
    Black Bear are among the myriad of wildlife we see in the canyon.
    Wild caught Salmon cooked on a cedar plank, one of our specialties.
    View from Hells Canyon Dam, the launch site.
    Scouting

  6. Photography and Wildflowers

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    May 15-19 2023:

    Join Adventure/Fine Art Photographer & Naturalist Kendrick Moholt on a 5 day photography workshop and wildflower tour while rafting on the Snake River in Hells Canyon during the spectacular spring wildflower bloom. This trip is open to photographers and non-photographers simply interested in the natural history of Hells Canyon. Float 51 miles through the heart of Hells Canyon, from Hells Canyon Creek to Heller Bar. This trip begins and ends in Joseph, Oregon where round-trip transportation to and from the river is included in your trip cost. Run powerful class III and IV whitewater, the likes of Granite and Wild Sheep rapids. Visit historical sites, fish for prehistoric White Sturgeon, and let the Winding Waters’ guides take care of your every last need. And we’d like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients when available. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request.

    About the Photography WorkshopPhotographers of all skill levels are welcome. Kendrick will provide photographic instruction tailored to individual needs. Photography topics will range from basic setting for outdoor digital work to finding the right landscape composition through perspective and from techniques for capturing moving water to action/recreation photography. A priority on this trip will be getting to know the canyon with extra time out of camp and off the raft. And Hells Canyon will come alive with Kendrick’s enthusiasm for Hells Canyon’s natural history, especially wildflowers. This adventure is open to all outdoor enthusiasts who want to learn more about the natural wonders of Hells Canyon. Learn more about the workshop.

    About Kendrick Moholt: Kendrick has photographed some of the most remote corners of the planet while traveling on all seven continents. Though he continues to love working in faraway places, Kendrick equally enjoys working from his home base in northeast Oregon because of the outstanding wildlife and landscape opportunities. He has worked extensively in Hells Canyon as both a field biologist and professional photographer. Learn more about Kendrick.

     

     

  7. Grande Ronde 3 Day – Wallowa Resources

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    Wallowa Resources Whitewater Retreat: 
    The confluence of history, restoration and adventure

     June 2-4 2023: Experience the beauty, history, and union of natural resources and rural communities on this unique 3-day guided river trip through the Wild & Scenic section of the beautiful Grande Ronde River in Northeastern Oregon.  Float the river and run the rapids by day, then sit by the campfire and listen to live music and inspiring speakers by night while eating locally sourced food and sipping a cold Terminal Gravity pilsner.

    Learn about a rural community’s connection to the land on this unique educational adventure.  Featured speakers will cover a wide range of topics related to their history, sense of place, and the promise of a sustainable future through exciting new land management practices and an innovative new stewardship economy.

    Highlights:

    • Welcome gathering at the Winding Water’s boathouse in Joseph
    • Inspiring Campfire Storytellers
    • Live acoustic music each day
    • Local sourced meals and & Terminal Gravity beer
    • Volunteer opportunities available for those interested

    Seventy Five percent of your trip cost will go towards 501(c)3 non-profit Wallowa Resources Stewardship Programs that are strengthening our rural communities, investing in people and the land, and fostering the next generation of rural leaders.  

    Musical Entertainment: provided by the talented Darrell Brann and his daughter Meredith owners/operators of the almost 100 year old OK Theater in Enterprise, OR.
    Locally Sourced Food and Beer: Winding Waters’ gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised, grown and sourced ingredients, including beef from Liza Jane’s 6 Ranch. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. Let our guides take care of every last detail while you build memories to last a lifetime.

    For more information about Wallowa Resources and their work, please visit these websites:

    • Wallowa Resources – A nationally recognized community based non-profit.
    • Rural Voices for Conservation Coalition – a coalition of community-based groups, small businesses, county governments, and regional and national partners promoting balanced conservation-based approaches to the ecological and economic problems facing the rural West and the nation.
    • My Blue Mountains Woodland – a public-private partnership advancing forest restoration and stewardship across 900,000 acres of family forest lands in Northeast Oregon.
    • Wallowa Whitman Forest Collaborative – a diverse group of stakeholders working to improve the social, economic, and ecological resiliency of the Wallowa Whitman National Forest and local communities through collaboration.

    Guest Speakers:

    Nils Christoffersen, Wallowa Resources Executive Director, has diverse experience in place-based natural resource management from working around the world, including ranching in Australia, farming in Israel, fishing and forestry in Norway, and forestry and wildlife in southern Africa. He is passionate about working landscapes and the role of rural communities in their stewardship.  He is a graduate of both Williams College (B.A. Economics) and Oxford University (M.S. Forestry), and has served on many local and national boards – including the National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry. He currently serves on the Oregon Board of Forestry, World Forest Center’s Board of Directors, and Enterprise School District Board.  He previously served on the National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry (2003-2008), and Chaired the Governor of Oregon’s Eastside Forest Advisory Panel from 2003-2005.

    We expect to have 1 or 2 additional speakers along to share their stories with us.  These are yet to be scheduled.

    The beautiful Grande Ronde River canyon
    Our multi-day trips float through the Wild & Scenic section of the Grande Ronde River
    Common Merganser family. Parents adopt young who have drifted downstream of their folks.
    Camp scene among the Ponderosa Pines
    Our guests never go hungry! We use local ingredients whenever possible.
    River otters are a familiar site on all of our rivers
    Evening light on the canyon walls
    Oregon Swallowtail Butterflies along the Grande Ronde's banks
    Columbia River Basalt forms the canyon walls of the Grande Ronde
    Majestic Ponderosa Pines lord over the Grande Ronde's river banks
    Hikes with fantastic views
    Class II and III white water on this beautiful scenic float
    Great fly fishing river, especially for Grande Ronde Steelhead
    Relaxation time

  8. Plate & Pitchfork in Hells Canyon

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    July 2-4, 2023

    Announcing the 11th annual Plate & Pitchfork Raft Trip, a wonderful Ranch to River Bank adventure. We’re thrilled to have Chef/Owner Ben Bettinger from The Laurelhurst Market and Big’s Chicken in Portland, OR joining us again on the rafts this year. Ben’s delicious and hearty meals will feature products grown and raised in Northeastern Oregon, like Carman Ranch beef and Hawkins Sisters Ranch chicken.

    Because no trip is complete without good beer, Terminal Gravity Brewery will fill our coolers with their delicious ales.  You’ll be well fueled for your adventures. And we are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request.

    In addition to fabulous food, you’ll enjoy three days filled with thrilling Class III & IV whitewater, incredible scenery, wildlife viewing and fishing opportunities as we venture thirty-two river miles through the heart of the deepest river canyon in North America, the Snake River in Hells Canyon. After dinner, enjoy campfire camaraderie and falling asleep under magnificent starry skis listening to the sound of the river babbling by.

    Sunrise in the canyon
    Sunset at Eureka Bar, confluence of the Snake and Imnaha Rivers.
    Farm fresh eggs (we have our own chickens, so we know they're fresh!), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Inflatable kayaks are on every trip
    Nez Perce pictograph sites are abundant in the canyon. We stop to visit them throughout the trip.
    Tomato and blue cheese bruschetta
    World-class whitewater (Class III & IV). That's an 18 foot raft.
    Hells Canyon, the deepest river canyon in North America
    One of the many campsites in the canyon
    Trails are abundant throughout the canyon and there are many hiking opportunities.
    White Sturgeon, indigenous to the Snake River watershed, can grow up to 20 feet in length.
    Black Bear are among the myriad of wildlife we see in the canyon.
    Wild caught Salmon cooked on a cedar plank, one of our specialties.
    View from Hells Canyon Dam, the launch site.
    Scouting

  9. Fishtrap Outpost

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    September 3-8, 2021: Registration is through Fishtrap
    Announcing your dream writing workshop…floating the deepest river gorge wilderness in North America with Craig Childs, author of more than a dozen books on adventure, wilderness, and science. This workshop is an Outpost for Fishtrap, a local non-profit whose mission is to promote “clear thinking and good writing in and about the West.” Raft down one of the world’s most dramatic and rugged canyons while receiving personal instruction from Childs. To experience the natural world from the bottom of Hells Canyon is sure to stir the imagination and provide stories for a lifetime. Hosting the trip is Winding Waters River Expeditions who will expertly navigate the river, provide delicious meals, and bring you to the best camp spots on the river. The work that will emerge is sure to paint a complex beautiful landscape, true writing of place.

    From Craig Childs:
    This will be an elemental workshop where we focus on writing in and about the natural world. We will explore the use of narrative and storytelling, as well as techniques of field recordings translated into pieces of writing. We will learn how to see story in place, how to discern details in the environment to use in our work. Turning experience into article, essay, poem, or story will be our goal. I want you to come out of this with solid material. Any kind of writer is welcome, fiction or non, any level, but come prepared to put pen to paper. Importantly, this is a hand-writing workshop. You’ll need to bring two journals, one that can be scribbled and scratched in, another for final work. So, choose your pens or pencils wisely. They’ll have work to do.

    About Craig Childs: Explorer and story-teller Craig Childs has published more than a dozen critically acclaimed books, including his most recent, Atlas of a Lost World: Travels in Ice Age America. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Men’s Journal, and The Sun, and he is a contributing editor for Adventure Journal Quarterly. Childs lives in Western Colorado and teaches writing for both University of Alaska in Anchorage and Southern New Hampshire University.

    Sunrise in the canyon
    Sunset at Eureka Bar, confluence of the Snake and Imnaha Rivers.
    Farm fresh eggs (we have our own chickens, so we know they're fresh!), fresh breads, and seasonal fruits are always on the menu.
    Inflatable kayaks are on every trip
    Nez Perce pictograph sites are abundant in the canyon. We stop to visit them throughout the trip.
    Tomato and blue cheese bruschetta
    World-class whitewater (Class III & IV). That's an 18 foot raft.
    Hells Canyon, the deepest river canyon in North America
    One of the many campsites in the canyon
    Trails are abundant throughout the canyon and there are many hiking opportunities.
    White Sturgeon, indigenous to the Snake River watershed, can grow up to 20 feet in length.
    Black Bear are among the myriad of wildlife we see in the canyon.
    Wild caught Salmon cooked on a cedar plank, one of our specialties.
    View from Hells Canyon Dam, the launch site.
    Scouting
  10. Grande Ronde 3 Day Rafting Adventure

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    2023 Dates:

    June 2-4: Wallowa Resources Rafting Retreat–  Open
    June 12-14 Open
    June 19-23: Open
    June 28-30: Open

    Join us on our 3 day scenic whitewater float through the Wild & Scenic section of the beautiful Grande Ronde River in Oregon. Easy class II whitewater, a deep basalt river canyon, and stunning Ponderosa Pine forests provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing, fun-filled adventure on one of Oregon’s hidden gems. Our all-inclusive trips include round-trip transportation to and from Joseph, OR. Float in a guided oar raft, paddle raft and/or inflatable kayak. We also take stand up paddle boards on these adventures. And we’d like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. Let our guides take care of every last detail while you build memories to last a lifetime. A perfect trip for families, groups, and individuals wishing to explore one of the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful rivers.

    Interested in fly fishing on this Wild & Scenic River? Check out our June Grande Ronde 4 Day Salmon & Stonefly Fishing Adventure.

    The beautiful Grande Ronde River canyon
    Our multi-day trips float through the Wild & Scenic section of the Grande Ronde River
    Common Merganser family. Parents adopt young who have drifted downstream of their folks.
    Camp scene among the Ponderosa Pines
    Our guests never go hungry! We use local ingredients whenever possible.
    River otters are a familiar site on all of our rivers
    Evening light on the canyon walls
    Oregon Swallowtail Butterflies along the Grande Ronde's banks
    Columbia River Basalt forms the canyon walls of the Grande Ronde
    Majestic Ponderosa Pines lord over the Grande Ronde's river banks
    Hikes with fantastic views
    Class II and III white water on this beautiful scenic float
    Great fly fishing river, especially for Grande Ronde Steelhead
    Relaxation time

  11. Hells Canyon 4 Day Bass & Trout Fishing

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    September 19, 2022 

    Float the deepest river canyon in North America, the Snake River through Hells Canyon on this 4 day fishing expedition,  targeting Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout and White Sturgeon. This Fishing and whitewater rafting trip runs 32 miles through the heart of Hells Canyon, from Hells Canyon Dam to Pittsburg Landing in Idaho. Each trip begins in Joseph, Oregon, and ends at Pittsburg Landing, where we will have your vehicle shuttled for the end of the trip.  Run world-class, powerful class III and IV whitewater, the likes of Granite and Wild Sheep rapids. Fish for Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout and White Sturgeon in this world-class Bass fishery. Our guides are experienced at guiding/teaching all skill levels from beginner to advanced and are happy to accommodate both Fly Fisherman and Spin Casters.  This is a perfect trip for the experienced angler and the 12 year old first time angler.  There have been a many “First Fish Evers” on this trip.

    In addition to catching your fill, you will also have the opportunity to run some amazing whitewater, take a short hike, spot wildlife, and visit many historical sites while our guides take care of your every last need. And we’d like to mention that our gourmet menu is capstoned with locally raised and grown ingredients when available. We are happy to accommodate most dietary needs upon request. A perfect trip for adventure-seeking anglers ages 12 and up.

    American White Sturgeon