North Idaho Rafting
- 14 foot
- Optional three seat frame
- two oares
- Emergeny and patch kit
- dry bags available
- $100 a day
The St. Joe River is known world wide as one of the best trout fishing rivers in the world. This raft comes with a three seat fishing frame. The front and back seats swivel for easy access to hit every fishing hole as you float down the river. We also rent fly fishing poles, reels, and nets if needed. If you need help planning a trip we have a lot of experience with the river and where the best inlets and camping are. Feel free to ask questions; we would love to help you plan your trip. Unfortunatly we do not have a guides license, but we are confident that with a little pre-planning on your part and the proper equipment from us you can guide your own trip.
Single Man Pontoons
These are ideal for fishing the river or lake. They are also great to stay high and dry as you relax to a river float trip. These pontoons have plenty of storage and the Colorado XT has a built in cooler. Both come with a holder for your fishing pole. You This is an inexpensive and easy way to get out there for an early morning.
These rafts will also handle mild rapids and rough water. Take one along on your next river run trip.
These rafts also have a mounting plate for trolling motor and stow away rack for the battery.
- Single Person 10ft Pontoon Rafts
- Stow away rack for luggage
- Mount for trolling motor
- Half Day $25
- Full Day $45
- Single person float raft
- $7 a day
- Purchase $25
The St. Joe, St. Maries and Couer d Alene Rivers are fantastic leisure floats through some of the most remote mountain scenes on earth. This can be done in individual float rafts or if you would rather stay high and dry you can use our NRS raft. This is truly the most relaxing scenic thing you can do with your vacation in North Idaho.
You can also use our rafts on Lake Couer d Alene to relax and catch a tan.
The St. Joe and Coeur d Alene Rivers do offer beginner level rapids for white water. Depending on the time of the year the rapids can be intermediate level. If you're willing to travel south to the Snake River you have many more options for serious whitewater trips. We do not have a guide's license. If you are a beginner and are looking for mild rapids to hone your skills we can help you plan a modest experience. If you are looking for a serious whitewater experience we recommend going with a guide company. You are welcome to rent our raft for serious rapids, however, we do not offer the necessary safety equipment (helmet, wet suit, etc).