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Salmon River - Riggins Sponsored by
Date 20-Apr-15
Water Condition Fair
Water Temperature  


Conditions : Salmon River: Fishing is good on the river now. Fisherman are catching fish still on the lower end by Riggins and all the way up to Stanley. Drifting roe or shrimp in working great as well as trout beads or jigs below slip bobbers, so come on in and get geared up with everything you need to catch these awesome fish. River current is rising and vary day to day on clarity. Salmon season will begin on the lower river Apr 26th.

Steelhead closes Apr 30th on the Main Salmon River and May 15th on the Little Salmon.

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About: - Few places in America, and nowhere outside of Alaska, provide a Wilderness experience to match the sheer magnitude of the Salmon River often referred as "River of No Return". The Salmon River is regarded as Idaho's best steelhead fishing river and is also an excellent trout fishery.

Articles about the Salmon River:

Idaho's Salmon River  "The River of No Return"

In pursuit of steelhead

  • Salmon
  • Rainbow
  • Browns
  • Cutthroat
  • Steelhead
  • Whitefish

Misc Info: - Idaho Steelhead Count

Salmon River Flows
Clearwater River
River Flow Stages


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