Superb fishing, gorgeous scenery, and a remote setting combine to make a trip on the Smith River an unforgettable experience. With one put-in point and one take-out point, the 59-mile stretch of river is accessible only by canoe, raft, or other appropriate watercraft. Because of its popularity, a permit is required to float the Smith River between Camp Baker and Eden Bridge. If you put in for a permit, hopefully today is your lucky day! Results of the drawing have been released today.
To check your drawing status CLICK HERE
Hopefully your luck is better then mine as I did not draw a permit for this amazing float.
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