Retail Store Soft Reopen!
We are excited to see your bright and shining faces and are pleased to announce that we will be re-opening our doors to the public on Monday, May 11th. This is a decision we have made cautiously, and in order to keep our customers and staff safe we have instituted some new social distancing guidelines for in-store shopping.
We ask that in the coming weeks:
– Everyone entering utilizes the hand-washing and sanitizing stations we have made available.
– All customers wear a mask, if you do not have your own we will happily provide one for you.
– No more than 10 shoppers be in the store at once.
– All customers adhere to a 6’ distance from other shoppers and staffers.
– Transactions be made with credit and debit cards only.
We understand that these adjustments can be difficult and inconvenient and we appreciate all of your patience during this challenging time. In an attempt to keep things flowing smoothly with all of our customers, we are offering the opportunity for you to schedule shopping by appointment for boat packages and other technical gear. We are also keeping the garage doors out front open to provide more open air and sunlight, as well as a comfortable overflow area. Thanks again, you really are the best and we look forward to serving your river needs this season. Here’s to keeping everybody safe and splashy!
In need of a gear package? Schedule a time with us to discuss what boat, oars, storage, etc. will work best for you. One of our knowledgeable staff members will work with you one-on-one to aid in gearing you up for optimal success!
Schedule your visit!
Photo Cred: “There really isn’t a single river activity that matches the intensity of rigging gear before a Middle Fork Salmon River float trip. New boats, old boats, new captains and old hats, Boundary Creek is the first test of any group about to embark on the Middle Fork. This particular trip was special to me because I was able to help guide a dozen tribal youth down this sacred river on a brand new, baby blue Wider Spider in low water. Every day that followed was filled with young smiles, splashy rapids, and a new appreciation for just how special this wild river truly is.” – Daniel Stone of Blackfoot, ID | Boundary Creek | CTR 19