Rich in History and in Fishing


Steelhead Fishing in Washington

January is a prime month for steelhead fishing, particularly in Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. This valley is rich in historic significance – it is part of the Lewis and Clark trail, and serves as a gateway into the rugged, gorgeous Hells Canyon. This is the place where indigenous Native Americans inscribed mysterious and ancient petroglyphs and wildlife abounds. These petroglyphs, which can be seen along the banks of the Snake River, are thought to be over 10,000 years old. They are revered as sacred by the local Nez Perce tribe.

Hells Canyon Fishing

In addition to great fishing in Hells Canyon, there is also abundant wildlife that you can enjoy. Animals such as big horn sheep, mule deer, elk, coyote, bobcat, cougar, bear, river otter, wild turkeys, and eagles abound here. If you would like to experience this wonderful canyon, you should book a trip with Steel Dreams Fishing!


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