Reel Time Fishing Offers Clearwater River Fishing Guides

July 22, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Reel Time Fishing, based in Clarkston, Washington, has announced that they are offering fishing guides and personalized fishing trips in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington on the Clearwater Snake, Columbia, Grande Ronde rivers and Dworshak Reservoir. They use drift boats and powerboats to guide clients to the best fishing. They focus on fishing trips for salmon, steelhead, walleye, smallmouth bass, and kokanee.

Toby Wyatt, owner of Reel Time Fishing, says, “Reel Time Fishing is your gateway to fishing the Clearwater River in Idaho. We operate six full-time Clearwater River fishing guides for Salmon and Steelhead. These include guided steelhead fishing and guided salmon fishing.”

The Clearwater River is world-renowned for its B-run steelhead averaging 10 to 12 pounds with several 20 lb fish being available for the taking. This river is considered to be the best in the world for steelhead fishing. It is a shallow river with gravel bars and a rocky structure. Thus, drifting bait is the main method for fishing at Clearwater. It is common for the company’s Clearwater River Fishing Guides to put clients onto 20 or more steelhead in just one day.

The Clearwater river steelhead season extends for more than seven months, opening in July for catch and release and then catch and keep in October. This is the most popular and the longest fishery that can be offered.

Reel Time Fishing is a licensed Idaho outfitter under their limited entry permits from the Idaho Outfitters & Guides Licensing Board. Their steelhead trips operate under two of 10 permits issued for the Lewiston to Orofino section. Since these permits are not easy to get, there is little competition and it helps to minimize guide traffic. Each guide has to be an employee of the permit holder, which implies that every guide has been chosen to be the best.

The expert guides from Reel Time Fishing will cover a 40-mile section of the Clearwater river starting in Lewiston, Idaho and then moving on to the town of Orofino, Idaho. The Clearwater river also offers beautiful views with many sightings of deer, bald eagles, river otter, elk, and several other animals that roam the Clearwater mountainside.

Meanwhile, the Clearwater River also offers a run of spring chinook salmon. The Clearwater fishing guides from Reel Time Fishing will offer guidance in fishing a 70-mile section of the river from Lewiston to Kooskia, which stops along the way in the communities of Peck, Lenore, and Orofino. The best fishing methods for the salmon are trolling herring, eggs, or plugs. The Clearwater spring salmon are considered to be the best-tasting salmon among the three chinook runs that go into Idaho.

Reel Time Fishing’s salmon fishing trips operate under two of 10 permits for the Lewiston to Orofino section and one of the Orofino to Kooskia sections. These permits are also difficult to get, which means that there would be very little competition.

The Clearwater River is located in the northwestern United States and it has a length of 74.8 miles, flowing westward from the Bitterroot Mountains along the Idaho-Montana border, and joining the Snake River at Lewiston. The Clearwater River, based on average discharge, is the biggest tributary of the Snake River.

Meanwhile, Reel Time Fishing has received five-star ratings from previous clients. For instance, Randy E. gave them five stars and said, “I've used these guys a number of times and it's always an awesome experience. You can't beat their knowledge and professionalism, and you always come away with lasting memories and fish.”

Toby Wyatt has been a fishing guide for 29 years. He has been voted as one of the top 25 guides on the west coast by Salmon & Steelhead Fishing journal, where he was the youngest on that list. He has also been featured in several magazine articles, radio programs, and TV shows. He runs a 27-foot WyattWater inboard sled with a Kem Equipment 6.0 Chevy and Hamilton 212 pump.

Toby Wyatt says, “If you are looking for some great fishing experience at Clearwater River, don’t hesitate to contact us. You may also want to check out our website and our Google Maps page for our location.”


For more information about Reel Time Fishing, contact the company here:

Reel Time Fishing
Toby Wyatt
(208) 790-2128
2131 Critchfield Rd, Clarkston, WA 99403

ReleaseID: 60029562

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