Surrounded by the Gospel Hump Wilderness and sitting on the banks of the wild and scenic Main Salmon River, Shepp Ranch is a haven from today’s hectic world. Located on the north shore of the Salmon River at its confluence with Crooked Creek, this area is truly remote. The nearest road is 15 miles away. Shepp Ranch provides visitors the opportunity to explore unspoiled natural surroundings, much as founders Charlie Shepp and Pete Klinkhammer did in their day.
In addition to our popular Steelhead fishing trips and guided hunts in the spring and fall, guests can also enjoy all the amenities of the Ranch itself. Shepp Ranch provides accommodations in 6 comfortable and rustic cabins, each with their own private bath and wood-burning stove or fireplace. The Ranch is a great place for wilderness adventures, as well as for warm interaction with family and friends.
Owners Tim and Madeleine Turnbull and Ranch managers Wes Gregory and Christina Castelanelli will welcome you along with our congenial crew. Visitors may arrive as strangers but everyone leaves as part of the Shepp Ranch family.