Prepare for Your Trip in the Salmon River Canyons

Prepare for Your Trip in the Salmon River Canyons

We are excited to take you down the river!  Preparation is key to a successful river trip, although we like to think of ourselves as all-inclusive, we can't all just spend all day on the river in the nude and / or with out a camera.  Below is a list of what we can bring, and personal gear for a successful trip.

WHAT WE PROVIDE 

White Pine Outfitters provides each of our guests with:

  • Coast Guard Approved/Type V Lifejacket,
  • Eating utensils (including plates, bowls, and flatware),
  • A wall tent with a wood burning stove provided to dry out gear and for sleeping, cots and sleeping bags 
  • Chairs 
  • Shuttle transportation
  • One large and one small waterproof bag
  • Tupperware for small breakable items,
  • Gourmet meals prepared by the crew each day

For designated fishing specific trips White Pine provides, flies, rods, reels, and other consumables (tippet, leader, tips etc.) required for fishing.

RECOMMENDED CLOTHING (AVOID COTTON)

Cool weather can occur on any trip regardless of the time of year, it can be quite chilly when it's overcast, breezy, or raining, even in August.  The right clothing can make your river trip comfortable even in unfavorable weather.  Clothing on a river trip must have the ability to keep you warm even if it gets wet.  Synthetic fabrics such as polypropylene, capilene, Synchilla, and polyester pile will keep you warm when wet and will dry quickly.  Wool will keep you warm when wet, but takes longer to dry.  Cotton does not keep you warm when it is wet, but it can keep you cool when it’s hot.  Warm and sunny weather is more likely to occur on a summer trip down the Salmon River, cold and rainy weather will be more likely in the fall and winter. 

RIVER CLOTHES & GEAR CAMP CLOTHES & GEAR
ALL SEASONS MULTI-DAY TRIPS
Sunglasses with retainer Pillow case / pillow
Wool and synthetic layers. (Sweaters and or jackets) Toiletries, including small towel, feminine hygiene, handiwipes, extra hand sanitizer etc.
Rain / Waterproof coat and pants (tested and proven) Ear plugs
Walking shoes, or light boots Toothbrush/paste
Tennis shoes or "all terrain" sandals, secured to feet Small flashlight and/or headlamp
Sunhat, visor or cap Extra batteries
Wool or synthetic socks Spare glasses/contacts
Personal water bottle or canteen (1 quart minimum) Extra change of synthetic clothes
Waterproof sunscreen, lip balm Camp shoes
Neck Gaiter OPTIONAL GEAR
Medication* Camera
Wool / Synthetic Stocking Cap Binoculars
long pants and long sleeved shirt
Pen & Notebook
SUMMER Reading material
Sun shirt and pants (light cotton or nylon fabric) FISHING GEAR
Shorts ( quick drying ) and/or river skirt DESIGNATED TRIPS
Swimsuit Waders
WINTER Wading boots
Wool and synthetic base layers / long johns Fishing license
Wool / synthetic gloves Steelhead permit
Down puffy coat Thick wool / synthetic sweatpants for wading
Think clothes that will keep you warm in 20-30 deg temps Extra warm clothes in case you fall in the river while wading

 

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