This isn’t just any trip to the local fishing spot, this is adventure fishing at its finest! With Killgore Adventures, you can go on multi-day fishing excursions up the Salmon and Snake Rivers in pursuit of world-class catches like steelhead, trout, and ancient sturgeon. Our friendly fishing guides are excited to share their expertise with you! After one of our riverboat fishing trips, you’re sure to have the best big fish stories around. On the Killgore Adventures blog, you’ll find tips, tricks, and secrets about Hells Canyon’s best fishing spots. Book your riverboat fishing adventure today!

  1. Tips and Tricks for Winter Fishing

    For those truly committed to fishing, there’s never an off-season for the sport. While ore casual anglers might turn in at the first sign of snow, the dedicated simply shrug on another layer, change their lures and head out into the snow and cold.  Despite the ice and chilly weather, winter is ac…Read More

  2. Can You Fish in Idaho in Winter?

    We’re always up for a great adventure, but we do recognize that adventuring gets a little challenging during different seasons throughout the year. While we here at Killgore Adventures are retiring to our warm beds in front of cozy fires for the winter, that doesn’t mean that you have to, and it…Read More

  3. The 5 Items Most People Forget On Their Fishing Trips

    The weather is right, the sun is shining, and the rivers are full. Yes, it’s fishing season once again, and that means it’s time to get out to beautiful Hells Canyon to explore the Snake and Salmon rivers. Here at Killgore Adventures, we run river boat fishing trips throughout the year. While we…Read More

  4. Tips For Catching Salmon In Idaho

    It's salmon fishing season here in Idaho. That means the rivers that run through Hells Canyon, like the Snake and Salmon Rivers, are flush with these beautiful and delicious fish. While these fish may be a mainstay for many fishermen in the area, they can be a little challenging to catch if you lack…Read More

  5. 5 Reasons To Take A Guided Fishing Trip On The Snake River

    If there’s one thing that defines all anglers, it’s a sense of independence and pride. A DIY attitude extends from rod and reel to the end of your hand-tied fly. Some might chafe at the idea of hiring a fishing guide for a trip out on the Snake River, but it’s a better idea than you might firs…Read More

  6. Safely Traveling Along A River

    While Killgore Adventures has an impressive safety record, and our jet boats make it easy to travel along Hells Canyon safely, it’s never a bad idea to be familiar with some tips for traveling along a river safely. In today’s blog, we’ll show you some of the best ways to safely enjoy your next…Read More

  7. Sturgeon Facts

    While we run adventure fishing trips up and down Hells Canyon for most of the year, there’s one season, in particular, our team waits for with baited breath; sturgeon season. These immense river monsters are an unforgettable part of our adventure fishing trips, and catching one is often a crowning…Read More

  8. Backcountry Fishing Basics Pt. 2

    There are few things more peaceful and gratifying than spending a few hours fishing. Those moments are even better when you’re the only one out fishing at your favorite spot. But frontcountry fishing can get busy fast, and soon your secluded spot is overwhelmed by families and weekend warriors. Wh…Read More

  9. Backcountry Fishing Basics

    For those taking fishing tours with Killgore Adventures, we’ll provide all of the gear you would need during our multi-day fishing expeditions. But if you’re backpacking into Hells Canyon and still want to fish, you’ll need to change your approach. You’ll need to pack lighter fishing gear, a…Read More

  10. Types Of Fish In Hells Canyon

    Here at Killgore Adventures, we spend a lot of time out on the water. Between running jet boat tours up and down Hells Canyon, and leading fishing trips, we’ve learned a lot about the fish that live in the canyon. Throughout the fishing season, there are parts of the year where some fish flourish …Read More