Join Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters for SIMMS NIGHT! Tuesday, June 7th * 6 to 9 pm Sturtevants Main Street Ketchum 208.726.4501 __________________________________ NEW SIMMS FOOTWEAR & GIVEAWAYS * Bring in your old felt boots for a 10% discount on NEW Simms Streamtread Boots (only applicable during 3 hour event) * Free Simms Gift ($69.99 value) for the first 25 people in … Read More
Save the Date – SIMMS Event at SMO Tuesday, June 7th!.
Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters has a limited number of steelhead trips available, call 208-726-4501 to book now! You don’t want to miss this! This is also the very last week to take advantage of our Carve and Cast trips – Bald Mountain will close next weekend. Carve and Cast is truly a unique experience that you have to try for yourself!
Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters is gearing up to offer a limited number of guided steelhead fishing trips for the 2011 season. For more information or to reserve your trip, please call 208-726-4501 or email us! Info about Steelhead from Idaho Fish and Game: STEELHEAD!
The Big Lost River is now open to anglers year round! Do you have angler’s spring fever? Take a trip to the Big Lost with SMO! SMO is also offering a limited number of guided steelhead trips – email us for details and to book your trip. Click for more information!
Sturtevants Mountain Outfitters is gearing up to offer a limited number of guided steelhead fishing trips for the 2011 season. More information coming soon but if you want to reserve a trip now, please email Olin Glenne email@example.com or Jim Santa at firstname.lastname@example.org. Info about Steelhead from Idaho Fish and Game: STEELHEAD!
SMO’s popular Masters FlyFishing Course is this Friday, September 24th! To register or for more information, call 208-726-4501. Are you already an experienced angler looking to improve on your skills? Then SMO’s Masters Class is for you! Whether you want to further hone your technique, learn more about flies and how to read the water, or just work on your … Read More
Most of the kids are back in school, the leaves are beginning to change, there’s frost on the pumpkins and we’ve seen our first snowfall in the high mountains marking a true change in the seasons. As we move later into fall and the cooler temperatures begin to prevail, fishing will get better and better until the snow begins to … Read More