King & Coho Salmon- September 1st. - October 31st.
*All fishing gear is provided except waders & a NYS freshwater fishing license.*
*Price increase for salmon season ONLY*
* You can request the Salmon or Oswego River*
Drift Boat Trips or Walk & Wade options:
- 6-8 hour (full-day) Trips; $450 for 1-2 people, $225 per each additional person (up to 3 people per a drift boat). *Larger groups are welcome!*
- 8-10 hour (extended) Trips; $550 for 1-2 people, $275 per each additional person (up to 3 people per a drift boat). *Larger groups are welcome!*
- Afternoon Trips 4-6 hours; $400 for 1-2 people, $200 per each additional person (up to 3 people per a drift boat). *Larger groups are welcome!*
- Evening Casting For Kings 4-6 hours; $400 for 1-2 people, $600 for 3 people (via drift boat max 3 people).
Salmon River Trips:
Our trips on the world famous Salmon river include drift boat trips A.K.A float trips. Our Hyde drift boats seat up to 3 anglers, larger groups will be split up among our other boats. We also offer walk and wade trips as well which are at times more effective especially for locking down a key spot on the river and is perfect for large groups. During these trips we target King salmon, Coho salmon, Steelhead, and Brown trout. For these species in the river we fly fish, float fish or bottom bounce with spinning rods, swing flies, and run plugs.
Early salmon season (i.e. September) unless requested otherwise we mainly fish the Salmon River Estuary until more fish move up river. These trips can honestly be more exciting than the river with times where we can't even get 3 rods in the water for hours. Plus you get to spend some time fishing for salmon away from the crowded river and also watch some awesome acrobatics from the salmon getting ready to run the river. This trip provides the opportunity at fresher fish with sweeter meat that are powered up, not beat up and tired from swimming up the river. So be prepared for sizzling drags and more intense battles!
Oswego River Trips:
Our trips on the Oswego river include wading trips up at the dam, wall trips below the dam along the river which do not require waders, and drift boat trips which includes trolling or casting in the harbor and anchoring up in the lower river plugging or float fishing in the current.