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Category Archives: Salmon River Rafting

Snake River Hells Canyon & Salmon River Water Levels 2015

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It has been an odd winter for sure here in Idaho. And what that means usually is that people end up talking about rafting, due to predictions on how much water will be in the Idaho rivers. Second they start … Continue reading

Posted in Hells Canyon Rafting, Hells Canyon/Snake River Wildlife, Salmon River Rafting, Salmon River Water Levels, Snake River Water Levels

Salmon River Sand Between Your Toes

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It may be snowing now. Raining. Sleeting. Blowing. Or just downright cold. I relish those hours shoveling my walk and my deck, over and over. The brisk air. Flocked trees. Snapping into my skis on the trail or at the … Continue reading

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Salmon River Takes on BSU Varsity Volleyball Team

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August 18th & 19th we had the pleasure of spending a couple of beautifully hot, perfect days on the Lower Main Salmon River rafting with the women of  the Boise State University volleyball team, and their coaching staff!!   Their fall … Continue reading

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Salmon River–Idaho Rivers Yesterday and Today

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“How deceptive the river was.  At first, near Warren, it had been only a faint rustle.  Then, gradually, as they descended the gorge, the rustling had become a rushing roar.  Now, at the water’s edge, she could see arcs of … Continue reading

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July Salmon River and Snake River/Hells Canyon Water Levels

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The Snake River in Hells Canyon water level continues to drop over time but we are expecting higher than average water levels for the month of July.  In the last few days the water has been as high as 40,000 … Continue reading

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Idaho River Water Levels–Part II

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If you missed Part I of this post, make sure you go back and read it as well.  It covered water levels last week on the Snake River in Hells Canyon and on the Lower Main Salmon, detailed our expectations … Continue reading

Posted in Hells Canyon Rafting, North Star Rafting, Salmon River Rafting, White Water

River Water Levels—How They Affect Idaho Whitewater Rafting, Part I

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The Idaho whitewater season is coming soon and in case any of you were curious where the water flows were hanging, here is an update. Late snow in March, cool weather and additional snow and rain in the Idaho and … Continue reading

Posted in Hells Canyon Rafting, Salmon River Rafting

Spring Salmon Fishing Season

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Idaho Fish and Game is expecting more than 52,000 hatchery Chinook salmon and another 20,000 wild salmon to cross Lower Granite Dam this spring, most of those fish headed for Idaho, the Clearwater River, Snake River below HC Dam, the … Continue reading

Posted in Hells Canyon Rafting, Hunting and Fishing Trips, North Star Rafting, Salmon River Rafting
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