Boise River Fly Fishing with Vice Outdoors
Boise River Fly Fishing Guides
We are a group of individuals that like to fish. In fact, we like it so much, we teach it to others. We customize each and every experience to ensure that you learn something from us, and become more successful at fly fishing!
What are you waiting for? Book your Boise River fly fishing adventure today!
For all skills levels, we provide customized lessons and guiding on the Boise River. We are fully COVID aware, and take precautions to keep our guests and guides healthy and safe at all times.
Casting is among the most important parts of fly fishing. Casting a fly rod is vastly different from your conventional set up and can often feel overwhelming. We are here to help ease the way and show you how to cast correctly and efficiently. As part of this class we can also include rigging, advanced techniques or just help with general fly fishing knowledge.We are willing to work with you to make any lesson the best learning experience possible.
Casting lessons start at $60 per hour.
We offer both full and half guided days on the Boise River.
The Boise offers a variety of species from brown trout and rainbow trout to less conventional targets such as whitefish and sucker fish. We have the expertise to help you find some of our river's hidden gems via dry fly fishing, nymph fishing, and streamer fishing.
Join us for a day on the water.
Half day (4 hours) - $300 (lunch not included)
Full day (8 hours) - $450 (lunch included)
We choose to state these up front to eliminate confusion and ensure everyone is on the same page.
•All trips will be booked once a deposit of 25% or $100, whichever is larger, is received by cash, check or Venmo Payment.
•All payments for guided trips must be paid in full before the start of the trip. Payment at the start of the day is completely acceptable.
Any tip is considered voluntary and should be based on the quality of your service and the amount of enjoyment you have. Our fishing guides appreciate any tips they receive at the end of the day.
“.....and so he fished like a citizen"