Josh Mills recommends the Clearwater River in Idaho as one of the premier destinations for steelhead fishing. "If you are a steelhead junkie like myself there is one River in Idaho that sticks out among many but this is the Cadillac for early fall and fall and summer run steelhead and it is the Clearwater. It is a river that is absolutely made for swinging a fly. A lot of the Western steelhead fishing has come from the Clearwater and thankfully too, I have a recommendation for a group of guides that if you are looking to learn that river, they would give you a great opportunity to do so. I want you to check out their website: clearwatersyndicate.com. It's about four or five guys, mainly Klaus Frimor. They have permits on the river, they offer drift boat styles trips, I do believe they have a sled but don't hold me to that and everything is focused on spey casting, long lines, short lines, these guys really know how to cast. They know the nooks and crannies of the river. You aren't so much paying for catching fish. Never go with a guide just to catch fish and expect to catch fish. Expect to learn. These guys do a great job of teaching and they have clients coming from all over because Klaus is from Europe so a lot of guys come over here specifically because the Clearwater is such a famous steelhead river so go to the website and try and book a trip which starts and of July or first part of August and stretches through October.