Northwest Fly Fishing Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips for trout and steelhead on Oregon's top rivers.

Deschutes River

Welcome to the mighty Deschutes! This famous river is located in the high desert of Central Oregon. The lower 100 miles is Oregon’s premier river for rainbow trout and summer steelhead.

The Deschutes boasts 2500 native redside trout per mile. These fish average 10 to 16 inches, with trout over 18 inches a possiblitily. In late July, summer steelhead begin to arrive. Great sport on a fly rod, the average Deschutes steelhead weighs 6-7 lbs., with 15-plus pounders lurking in the shadows.

For trout or steelhead, the Deschutes is unchallenged as Oregon’s—and maybe the Northwest’s—finest fishery.

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Trout Float Trips
One or Two Persons $525.00
Three Persons $675.00

Steelhead Float Trips
One or Two Persons $575.00
Three Persons $725.00

Walk-In Trips
One Person $350.00
Two Persons $400.00
Three Persons $475.00


Clackamas River and Sandy Rivers Steelhead Trips

These are our “Home Waters”, and are we ever fortunate! Literally in our back yard, we can be fishing on either river within a 15 minute drive from our shop. We grew up fishing these rivers, and love showing their beauty to our clients. Although both rivers are in the Portland Metro area, don’t think you’ll be fishing amidst rush hour traffic. With the Sandy on the North Eastern edge and the Clackamas on the South Eastern edge, these rivers are wild, scenic, and offer breath taking views.

The Depending on the run times, you’ll find us with “Spey Rod” in hand, on the prowl for chrome Steelhead November through June. Winter fish start showing up with the first rains of November and continue into March. Summer Runs start coming in late March and keep coming until June. For those of you who are count-ing, that is eight months of bright Steelhead.

Don’t have enough time for a day of fishing, consider taking a spey casting lesson. Two hours of one on one instruction with our top notch guides and instructors.

Rates

  • Full day float Trip: $500.00 for one or two anglers.
  • 2-hour private casting lesson: $150.00.

Oregon Coast

We offer trips on Oregons North Coast through Nick Rowell. Nick has fished these rivers his entire life and is a very well respected guide by all his clients and peers.
You can reach Nick at 949-547-3818
http://anadromousanglers.com/


Oregon Bass

When most people think of Oregon, they think of Trout, Steelhead, and Salmon, but Bass? YES! Minutes from Downtown Portland clear to Corvallis we have some great fishing for both Smallmouth and Largemouth. Larry Cross owns “Seize the Day” guide service, based out of Corvallis, OR and also works for us in the shop part time. Larry is a sponsored tournament Bass fisherman and knows these fish inside and out, as well as the Willamette River, where he targets some of the biggest Bass in the state. Near Portland we have good Smallie fishing for fish up to 2lbs. If your after bigger largemouth and Smallies, as well as some great trout opportunities, head south to Corvallis. Here the Willie takes on a whole new look with cold clear riffles, deep pools, braids, and great back channels that hold big Largemouth.   

Full Day - $495 (8+ hours)
Half Day - $350 (6 hours)


Before You Go • Items You Must Bring
  • Fishing License
  • Boaters Passes (Deschutes boat trips)
  • Salmon/steelhead tags (when fishing for salmon or steelhead)
  • Warms Springs permits (when fishing on tribal lands on the Deschutes)
  • Proper clothing
Recommended Items
  • Camera and film
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Rain gear
Items Provided by Us
  • All necessary fishing tackle
  • Waders and boots (if needed)
  • Photos of your catch
  • All required safety items
  • Lunches available for $10.00 per person
Full-day trips

Full-day trips consist of a 8-10 hour day, starting when the guide meets you on the river. Half-day trips are available on the Kalama River only. If you would like a day trip longer than 10 hours please give us a call for a quote.

We Support Common Waters of Oregon “All the Navigable Waters of the State shall be Common Highways and Forever Free.”

Common Waters Website