• The Fly Fishing is Spectacular
    The Fly Fishing is Spectacular
  • Adventure of a Lifetime
    Adventure of a Lifetime
  • Largest Wilderness Lower 48
    Largest Wilderness Lower 48
What We Provide What To Bring
  • Transportation to Boundary Creek (bus only)
  • Transportation back to Stanley
  • Waterproof duffel bag
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Deluxe Therma-Rest Sleeping Pad
  • Pillow
  • Tent
  • Eating tables
  • Chairs
  • Beverage mug
  • Waterproof day bag
  • Small Camera case
  • Rain Gear (if you don't have it)
  • Splash top
  • Wet suit & booties (June trips)
  • Dinner wine
  • Cocktail bar (Gin, Vodka, Wiskey)
  • 2-to-3 cans beer/pop per day
  • Juice & drinking water
  • First aid supplies
  • All rafting equipment (life jacket, etc.)
  • Meals (first-day lunch to last-day lunch)
  • Hat (1 sun & 1 warm)
  • Mid weight synthetic long johns
  • Fleece or Light down jacket
  • Warm shirt
  • Rain Gear (if you have it)
  • Swim suit (ladies may want 2 piece)
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts (nylon for quick drying)
  • Long pants or sweats for camp
  • 1 pair river sandals for raft
  • 1 pair shoes for camp
  • Socks
  • Soap, wash cloth, toothbrush, etc.
  • Towel
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Insect repellent
  • Small flashlight or headlight
  • Camera & film
  • Fishing gear (rods in hard case!)
  • Sunglasses with neck strap
  • Lightweight gloves

Please do not bring: Pets, Cell Phones, Expensive Jewelry, Video Games

Our crew is an extremely hardworking group of guys and gals and their enthusiasm will enhance your trip. They are appreciative of any gratuity that you might extend to them. Typical gratuities range from 10% to 15% of base trip cost. Check or cash is preferred.  Please make checks out to the lead guide of your trip, Thank You!

 

 

Because of our limited season and trip size, if you have to cancel, all fees are non-refundable. However, if we can refill your cancelled seats at full price, we will refund all fees received minus an administrative fee of $100.

If we are unable to run your trip due to natural causes (fires, high water, earthquake, etc.), you will have the opportunity to re-book your trip within the following 3 years.  We will not refund.

We strongly advise that you purchase travel insurance to protect your investment in this trip. Please contact CSA Travel Protection at 800-348-9505 or on-line at www.csatravelprotection.com.

wl drinkThe Middle Fork canyon is rich in history. From the original Native American inhabitants the Tukuduka, "Shoshone Mountain Sheepeater", to hearty prospectors and homesteaders, to the exploratory river runners, there are many chapters along its banks that tell incredible stories. If you would like to read about the Middle Fork and it history before the trip, there are a couple of great books available. The Middle Fork, A Guide; by Johnny Carrey and Cort Conley, published by Backeddy Books and Impassable Canyon- Journey Down the Middlefork ; by Matt Leidecker, published by Sun Valley Press. Both available from Amazon.com. As we travel the river each day we make a point of stopping at pictographs, old mining activity, and historical cabin sites to share these stories with our guests.

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