We are working with a partnering outfitter in Idaho to offer Cougar, Deer, Wolf, and Bear hunts.
Bear hunts are over bait for $2800 or with hounds for $3650 both hunts are 7 days with full accommodations, food, and guide
Cougar hunts $5750 are with hounds in the winter time off snowmobiles. Hunts are 7 days with full accommodations, food and guide, snowmobile use included. Wolf hunts are on a trophy kill opportunity when hunting another species of animal.
Trophy mule deer hunts Washington state outside of Clarkston Washington 4 days guided 160-180 inch mule deer possible $2000
The fishing for Burbot has been slower than in years past but we are still catching them. On the other hand the Walleye fishing has been the best I have seen in years for this time of year. The numbers of Walleye being caught have been from 20-50 a trip not a bad day of fishing if I say so myself. If anyone wants to try and catch some Burbot and put some Walleye in the freezer get ahold of us before its all over this winter..
The Palouse River in Central Washington has a stark beauty that makes the trip well worth it – and the excellent catfishing is the reason to travel to this remote part of the state.
This video highlights fishing for Burbot (Freshwater Ling) in Washington, the only freshwater member of the Cod family (Gadidae). Biology, gear, and habitat are briefly discussed.
We will offer Archery Mule Deer Doe hunts for $400 for a 5 days unguided hunt. If interested in a fun filled 5 day unguided hunt, contact us now. We can add a guide to your hunt for a fee ($175 per day).
We will be offering guided Chinook Salmon fishing below Wells Dam this Fall (Aug and Sept). The other new trip we will be offering is Sturgeon fishing below Lower Granite Dam (April-early July). If you are wanting to try either of these fun hard fighting fish book a trip today with us.
We are starting to offer again Rainbow Trout trips on Lake Roosevelt. The trips are usually action packed with some nice size trout. The best time of year is from Nov-Feb. Book now and get out there and catch some good eating Rainbows.
We we had two client Curt and Joanne down to Lyons Ferry for some early spring Cat fishing on the Palouse River. We fished outside the Palouse as well as up the river. Water temp was 50 degrees and weather was 70’s. We caught 20 cats with the biggest being a little over 8lbs. If you have never fished for these fun fighting and great eating fish get ahold of me. Thanks Curt and Joanne for 2 days of great conversation and fishing. Heres a pic of the morning catch. Good fishing everyone.