Description for the Selway RiverThe Selway River runs 100 miles starting in the Bitterroots and joining the Lochsa near Lowell to form the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River. The Selway is known for its remoteness. Because of the focus on solitude, the river is less well known than others, but make no mistake, its Cutthroat fishing is world class. Forty seven miles of the river is apart from road access and is only reachable through rattlesnake filled trails or by permit-based rafting. Only one rafting permit is allowed per day, so be ready to book far in advance if that is the option you are considering. Not many rivers can boast the opportunity for anglers to experience an entire trip without seeing a single other party. Many find such a location highly satisfying and rewarding. Because of the limited fishing pressure you can be sure of catching quite a few fish.
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