Early Morning Trips

Sean Visintainer - 08/17/20

Silver Bow guide Kenyon Pitts with a nice Redband trout caught on the Spokane River during August. Photo Credit: Jesse Retan

Go early. Leave early.

These dog days of summer mean beating-the-heat and hitting the water early. The best fishing of the day on many western fisheries is the early morning hours when temps soar high during late summer.

Our beloved Spokane River is the perfect fishery for quick escapes to get your fishing "fix". A short commute, lots of fishing, and you're done before the afternoon temps become unbearable.

The guide crew has said the Spokane River has been fishing very consistent all summer long despite warm air temps. We are so fortunate to have our aquifer recharging the river with cold water, helping to maintain temps in the mid 60's at it's warmest.

Summertime fishing also means hitting the highly oxygenated riffles and currents where trout thrive during the heat. Our guides are tuned into the best locations and optimize your time spent on the water covering the best lies.

If you would like to try your luck early on the water give us a shout and we can work you into the schedule. Give Bo Brand our guide manager a call at 509-924-9998 and he will be happy to assist you.

Heather Hodson releasing a vibrant Redband trout during the heat of the summer. Photo Credit: Eric Neufeld

Silver Bow guided fly fishing trips on the Spokane River during the early morning hours.