Get Out and Fish Before the Summer Ends

Get Out and Fish Before the Summer Ends

Fishing is a wonderful summer activity, especially in August when the temperature is comfortably in the mid-70s. There are many places to fish in Dixie, Idaho, and it’s a great way to plan a weekend trip with friends or family. Check out some ideas for fishing this summer!

Silver Spur Outfitters and Lodge fishingSilver Spur Outfitters & Lodge

Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge offers amazing trips and lodging in Central Idaho that includes your option to go fishing before the summer ends.  Our summer pack trips include lodging, meals, and activities such as horseback riding, stream fishing, photography trips, hiking, abandoned gold mines & wildlife viewing. Check out our other trips for fishing opportunities.

Fishing Tips

We want you to enjoy your trip with us, and we also want you to go home with some caught fish. Here are some tips if you’re staying with us, and need some pointers on fishing:

  • Have fun with it – start out simple with your gear. Just get the essentials for your fishing trip. You never want to bring too much gear, so doing some research on what you need is recommended.
  • Do your research – research what fish are good to catch during the time you are visiting, so that you know the ins-and-outs of catching those certain types of fish.
  • Get your license – this is pretty easy to acquire.
  • Be patient – prepare to be patient when fishing. You’re going on a relaxing trip, so you need to be aware that fishing takes time and patience in order to catch anything. Relax and take it easy. Enjoy the experience, and make sure you don’t make the adventure something similar to “work.”

If you’re looking to get out and adventure in Dixie, Idaho, contact Silver Spur Outfitter & Lodge at 208-842-2417 today to get more information on our trips and lodging options this summer before it ends!

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