Picabo Angler

Pee-Ka-Boo is a Native American word meaning "Shining Waters."

Picabo Angler is a destination: A full-service fly shop & outfitter located on the banks of world-renowned Silver Creek

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Wing Shooting Update/Special for October

Hello Friends,

We hope you are enjoying a spectacular fall!

Here at Picabo Angler we are watching the leaves turn brilliant colors along with the spawning Brown Trout. We are also well into our Pheasant and Chukar seasons and have had one great hunt after another. The weather has been perfect and our reviews continue to be glowing. If you want to enjoy this incredible opportunity with us, now is the time!

For the rest of October we will be running a special upland hunting offer. Join us the rest of this month and you will get 2 free Chukar in the field for every 6 Pheasants you hunt and we will get your day started off right with a free Latte! Lunch is already included in your day’s hunt, so grab your shotgun, some blaze orange and come on down to Picabo for an excellent day afield. To book your day, please call John or Nick at 208.788.3536.

Waterfowl hunters, we are currently taking bookings for both water and field hunts over decoys. Once the northern birds arrive (and they are beginning to trickle in already) we can expect quite a bit of action over these migratory birds. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hunt waterfowl without heading all the way to the Snake River.

We can put you or yours in field blinds, and prepare you to see and target close working Ducks and Geese. The excitement level in these moments will burn into your memory forever. So don’t miss this exciting hunting adventure!

Currently we are hunting ducks in small ponds – A perfect hunt for youth, young retrievers, and anyone who wants a relaxed hunt in comfort.

For pricing and more details please see our pricing guide on this website. Click the wing shooting tab and then scroll to waterfowl and click! Our guides are incredibly excited to take you into the field!

Kind Regards,

John Huber