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    Our Waters

    Gorge Fly Shop | Our Waters

    There isn't a serious angler out there that doesn't like traveling to fish new water. For most of us, packing for the trip is a ritual alone. Organizing your gear, trying flies, buying extras of everything, & packing it all up in the truck are all part of the process. And then there's the unknowns... What does the river look like? What's the wading like? Should I start with a dry or fish a sink-tip? And most of all, are the fish everything people talk about?

    Be sure to check out: River Reports, Winter Focus and our Gear Bag Selection.

    Browse these categories under "Our Waters"

    Our featured category under "Our Waters" this month is...

    Sandy and Clackamas

    Sandy and Clackamas

    The Sandy is Oregon’s oldest “Wild and Scenic” river. Although the outskirts of Portland are nearby, one wouldn’t know it when fishing the breathtaking Sandy River canyon. The Clackamas is another great option in the Portland area. It is a much larger watershed.

    Columbia River

    Columbia River

    The mighty Columbia River could be called the Pacific Northwest Interstate for Anadromous fish. 

    The Hood

    The Hood

    Just minutes from the fly shop,the Hood River is our home water. Descending from the north face of Mount Hood, it’s a small, technical river with a high gradient. Her steelhead however, are anything but small. 

    Deschutes

    Deschutes

    The wild and scenic Deschutes is a tail-water. Consequently, the river has consistent cold water flow. From Pelton Dam downstream, the river cuts it’s way through 100 miles of immense high desert canyon. The massive basalt walls creates an impressive back drop to fish under.

    John Day

    John Day

    At present, the system has one of the last all-wild runs of adronomous fish east of the Cascade Mountains. The John Day River offers some of the best Smallmouth Bass fishing in the country. In 1971, Smallmouth Bass were introduced to the river and since then they have flourished!

    Lost Lake | Hood River, Oregon

    Lost Lake | Hood River, Oregon

    Lost Lake supports a popular rainbow trout fishery. Stocked in the spring (March-May). Larger (approx.14 inch) trout are stocked in mid-June. Trophy trout (approx.18 inches) are stocked in mid-September.

    Klickitat River

    Klickitat River

    Located only ten miles east of Hood River. Relatively small in comparison to the nearby Deschutes, the Klickitat is an intimate river. Despite it’s size, endless miles of classic steelhead water make this river a steelheader’s dream...

    Guided Lessons

    Guided Lessons

    We have the perfect package for you. In just one day, you can learn the basic skills needed to catch a fish. Why struggle with the learning curve on your own, when we can show you the simple tricks that make fly fishing an art form.

    Gorge Fly Shop, Inc - 201 Oak St., Hood River, OR 97031, US - Phone: 541.386.6977

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