From the crystal waters of the St. Joe and Coeur d’Alene Rivers to the trout-filled hotspots of the Spokane River just minutes from downtown, Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake, the Inland Northwest is a fishing haven. Guided trips exist for expert anglers as well as enthusiastic novices. With everything from ROW’s multi-day Cutthroat Extravaganza to Silver Bow Fly Shop’sfriendly lessons, there’s no excuse not to experience the wonders of the Inland Northwest with a reel in your hands! Check out the Spokane River Water Trail for section by section fishing descriptions, boat launch information and more.
Long Lake (also known as Lake Spokane) is a man-made lake created as a result of the construction of the Long Lake Dam. Long Lake is accessible through Riverside State Park and the adjoining Little
Silver Bow Fly Shop has been “Making Fish Nervous Since 1988”. We offer a wide selection of fly fishing tackle, local knowledge, and guided trips. Join us for a guided float trip down the scenic
Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s “Grounded in Nature” program provides activities in the Spokane region to enjoy the outdoors. From cycling to fly fishing, running, hiking, camping snowshoeing,
The Spokane River Water Trail is a one-stop guide to recreation on the river. This interactive site allows visitors to search access points based on boat type, amenities, recreational opportunities