Hayden Lake Fishing Trip

Considered the best warm water fishery in Northern Idaho, we book through Outfitter #8913 which has exclusive guide permits on a lake fostering Pike and Bass worthy of a feature story in Field and Stream! The Hayden Lake Fishing Trip is located only five miles northeast of the City of Coeur d’Alene. Hayden Lake is surrounded by forest covered shores and beautiful homes. This makes it one of the most beautiful and popular lakes in the Inland Northwest.

Haden Lake guided fishing

Reaching 178 feet in depth and covering 3800 surface acres, Hayden Lake’s irregular shape provides forty miles of shoreline. It is fed by streams and springs. The main portion of the lake runs seven miles long and nearly two miles in width. Three sides of the lake are surrounded the timbered Coeur d’Alene Mountains, which rise to an elevation of 4,500 to 6,000 feet. This land is part of the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, an area rich in history and outdoor opportunities.

If you haven’t tried pike and bass on the fly, we highly recommend it. Hayden Lake also holds some of the largest crappie known to fly anglers. This trip can be done by lure or fly rod.


Fishing for Pike – Mid April to June
Crappies – Mid May to Mid June
Small Mouth Bass – June to July

Full Day One to Two People: $495


Half Day: One to Two People: $395