Decide which trip and date best fits your schedule and then contact us either by phone or email to confirm your trips availability. To reserve your trip a 50% deposit is required within two weeks of scheduling. Please make personal checks out to Tight Lines Inc. or use visa, mastercard or discover by giving us a call. Upon receiving your deposit we will send you a logistics packet including amounts paid and due, equipment list, and other information important to your trip.
A 50% deposit is required
to reserve your trip space. The final payment is due by June 1st of the year of
your trip. Either checks, travelers checks, or cash is fine.
Please make personal checks out to: Tight Lines Inc.
If you must cancel your deposit will be refunded if either you or we can fill the spot(s). If you cancel within 60 days of your start date you will owe the balance. The balance of your trip will be billed so that it can be received 60 days prior to your start date. Along with your final billing you will receive a liability and medical information form that must be returned to us along with your final bill. We suggest you buy trip insurance in case of emergency or illness.
Along with your final billing you will receive a liability
and medical information form that must be returned to us along with your final
Come rain, snow, or high water, we almost always run our
trips. But if there are insufficient reservations, we reserve the right to
alter the departure date or place, or to cancel a trip. There will be a full
refund for any trip canceled by Tight Lines. Our financial liability is limited
to the amount paid to Tight Lines and shall not cover any other costs incurred
by trip members.
Trip Insurance Trip insurance is a good choice. It
pays to be prepared for the unexpected. If we cancel a trip, you receive a full
refund. Low-cost travel insurance is highly recommended and provides emergency
evacuation, essential coverage including sportsman's equipment, trip
cancellation & interruption, medical expenses, baggage damage, and much
Sportman's Travel Insurance
Guide Gratuities When you are budgeting for
gratuities (tips), figure in 15 percent for an average level of service from a
guide, but not less than 10 percent. Guides get a large percentage of their
income from tips. Of course if a guide makes an exceptional effort -
fishing an extra hour or goes beyond the norm or working especially hard to put
you on fish - Tipping more than 15 percent makes good sense. Tips are
greatly appreciated for a job well done.
"The wilderness scenery is breathtaking and for a person that has never camped out the camping is so comfortable and relaxing."
San José CA
Idaho or Oregon Outdoor Adventure Vacation
Select your outdoor adventure vacation in Oregon or Idaho. If you want to fly fish your family/friends can ride in a whitewater raft on the same trip. SPACES ARE LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW FOR A VACATION YOU WILL NEVER FORGET...
CALL 541-844-8265 FOR AVAILABLE DATES
Jeff Helfrich - Licensed - Insured - Bonded in Oregon &
Idaho Permittee USFS & - Member Oregon Outdoor Assoc.
McKenzie River Guide - Idaho Outfitters and Guides Assoc. - America Outdoors
Tightlines is an equal opportunity employer and offers deluxe excursions on a non-discriminatory basis. Tightlines maintains special use permits on the Middle Fork Salmon, Main Salmon, Rogue and McKenzie Rivers issued by either the Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service or both. Middle Fork Salmon River operations are conducted through Challis Ranger District on the Challis, Boise, Salmon and Payette National Forests.