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Our featured category under "Fish Species" this month is...

Clackamas Steelhead
What seperates the Clack from all other winter rivers is the vast amount of incredible fly water. Endless miles of beautiful riffles, deep pools, greasy flats, and broad tail-outs. It’s a steelheader’s dream...
Deschutes Steelhead
Every summer thousands of summer steelhead make their way into the lower reaches of the Deschutes. Averaging five to eight pounds, these chrome bright rockets deliver crushing grabs...
Klickitat Steelhead
Steelhead start showing up around mid June, glacial run-off can blow the river out during hot summer months. The Klick can fish well mid summer with cool evenings and moderate day time temperatures.
Lost Lake Trout
Lost Lake supports a popular rainbow trout fishery. Stocked in the spring, larger trout are stocked in mid-June. Trophy trout are stocked in mid-September. Surplus hatchery winter steelhead...
Smallmouth Bass
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! Bass season is at its peak...
Coastal Steelhead
These beautiful rivers with their awesome fly water, abundant wildlife and huge winter steelhead make for a world class fly fishing trip. The coast receives more rain than any other part of the region, the storms that come off the Pacific may blow one river out while it bumped a river 10 miles north to the perfect level.
Deschutes Trout
Oregon’s Deschutes River is the finest blue ribbon trout fishery in the Northwest. The native rainbows, also know as “Redsides”, are known for their incredible strength. While they average 12 to 16 inches, there are enough 18 to 20 inch fish to keep it interesting.

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