“Sun Valley, Idaho, summer rush” – biking, fishing, rafting, and fine dining

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Sun Valley, Idaho, summer rush Larry Habegger, Special to The Chronicle Sunday, July 3, 2011 (full article: http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/07/03/TRVH1K1S8K.DTL)   “This has got to be the craziest sport I’ve ever done,” my friend George said to me as we rested on our mountain bikes gazing down a precipitous slope toward pine forest and distant spiky mountains. “Here we are in one … Read More

Celebrate National Bike Month! Bike Swap May 20-22!

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Celebrate National Bike Month with Sturtos and Mountain Rides May 16th – 22nd! May 16th Mountain Rides’ Annual SmartMoves Challenge kick off – log your trips May 16th through August 19th and be eligible to win great prizes! Visit Mountain Rides for more information! May 20th – Bike to Work or School Day! 6:30-9:30 am – Refreshments, prizes, and employer … Read More

This year’s steelhead season is outstanding!!

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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!

Most of the kids are back in school, the…

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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

Fishing Report – late August 2010

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The word for the day is “presentation”. No matter your choice of water, time of day or fly selection, presentation will be your most important factor when it comes to success on the river. At this point in the season these fish have seen a lot of poorly presented flies and have become less forgiving of a sloppy cast or dragging drift. At least that’s true of the bigger fish.