Naches River

The Naches River originates on the East slope of the Cascade Mountains and flows 75 miles until it joins the Yakima just outside of the town Selah. This river is considered the "Sister River" to the Yakima.

The Naches is best fished from a raft, as it is a fast moving river with plenty of rapids and technical water. The fishing pressure on the Naches is light, so the rainbows and westslope cutthroat that inhabit this river are eager to take a well-placed dry fly.

We offer both boat and wade fishing trips depending on river flow. Unlike the Yakima, the Naches is not open year-round with the season running from the first Saturday in June until the end of October. Our Naches float trips include some elements of whitewater rafting, so guests need to be prepared for a fast paced float.


Naches River Full Day Guided Trip

8 hours of guided fly fishing from a raft or drift boat with one of our Orvis-endorsed guides. This trip includes any gear you may need (rod, reel, waders, boots, terminal tackle, etc.), snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, and a gourmet riverside BBQ meal.

  • Naches River Guided Trip - $495.00 (up to two anglers)
*Trip prices do not include alcoholic beverages, a Washington State fishing license, sales tax, or guide gratuity.