Some great links
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Oregon fishing news and regulations, hot topics, information on how to fish
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Regulations & seasons, fishing reports, tips & resources
Idaho Fish and Wildlife
Idaho licenses, seasons & rules, reports, learn to fish
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
Montana fishing guide, licenses & permits, news
Helps you to explore your watershed, and details changes you can make to improve the quality of our waterways, and our communities.
Excellent fly fishing information for Oregon, Washington, Idaho & Montana
Washington Fly Fishing
A mechanism to share info, stories & photos between each other.
Official journal of fly fishing photography & film
Federation of Fly Fishers
Conserving • restoring • educating through fly fishing
Create opportunities, encourage, educate, and mentor women’s participation in the sport of fly fishing
Water Watch of Oregon
WaterWatch has pursued a single clear mission: To protect and restore flows in Oregon rivers to sustain the native fish, wildlife, and the people who depend on healthy rivers.
Shears Falls Fish Count
Updated steelhead passage counts for the Deschutes River at Shears Falls.
Dam Fish Counts
Daily and yearly fish passage counts on Columbia and Willamette rivers
Ted Neely Fly Fishing Guide Service
Memorable experiences. Instilling a passion for fly fishing. Building an understanding for conserving native fish.
Home of Silvey’s bead head caddis
Stop Eating Wild Steelhead
Stop Eating Wild Steelhead is a grassroots movement born out of concern for our Pacific Northwest wild (native) steelhead.
Shirley and John along with his sister and brother-in-law spent two days and one night on the south fork with this outfit. They all agreed that it was one of the best river experiences they have ever had. Breath taking canyon, outstanding fishing, gourmet food, and a 5 star camp.
Rocky Ridge Ranch
Private Lake fishing for trophy trout at it finest. The outstanding features of the ranch are the proximity to the Mt. Hood National Forest and the White River, the abundance of inexpensive water with seven large reservoirs, wildlife, and the miles of New Zealand fencing. The ranch is well balanced between cropland, forestland, and wildlife habitat.