The Clark Fork is noted for Rainbow, Cutthroat, Brown and Bull Trout. There are 30 miles to pick from when booking your trip. The forest banks provide views of deer, elk, beaver, osprey, eagles, kingfisher, geese, and the occasional moose. We see a blue heron almost every trip. The river flows through a beautiful canyon for one stretch and features a small white water rapid on another stretch. This river trip is unforgettable, and located on the border of MT and ID. We feature one of the best lunches on the river. Quinns Hot Springs and a forest service campground are located nearby with a great hike to a waterfall. A recreational paradise or getaway.
Price for one person $390
Two people is $475
This trip is 90 minutes from Coeur d’Alene with an option to do a stretch which is a two hour drive. The Clark Fork is the largest river in Montana by volume keeping water temperatures tolerable and fishable all summer long. We fish this river April-November.