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Salmon Fishing Starting to Heat Up on the McKenzie River

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My guest on Friday came up with a beautiful McKenzie Spring Chinook on a relaxing half-day effort. It was a great battle right out of the chute...... as the fish had no intention of cooperating. Succulent seared Springer on the barbie is hard to beat!

Had a Very Fun & Relaxing Day Lake Fishing for Trout near Eugene, Oregon

We have numerous local Lakes in the Eugene-Springfield area, all of which have good trout fishing. We can comfortably accommodate as many as 4 guests in the Jet Boat on these lake fishing trips. The close attention of my guests in preparing their rigs certainly paid off in fish!  On some lakes we cast lures while on other lakes it's a troll fishery.  Some of the lakes are less than an hour drive from the Eugene -Springfield area.  Among the local favorites are Dexter and Lookout Point Reservoir and also Fall Creek and Hills Creek Reservoir.  Cottage Grove and Dorena [...]

Roaring Fork Guide Service Spring-Summer Newsletter – 2017

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John Gross – Roaring Fork Guide Service – 2017 Newsletter Spring Greetings Friends, I hope our Newsletter finds you in good health and demeanor. As the years roll on, it certainly seems that health matters become a greater concern and perhaps an all too increasingly regular topic of conversation. But enough chatter. The good news for 2017 is lots and lots of water in our rivers. Our Pacific Coast and much of the West for that matter, got smacked with major rainfall this past fall & winter, and rain continues as I write. Flooding as far south as Southern California [...]

Great Action on the McKenzie River

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We ran a quick late afternoon-evening float yesterday on the McKenzie River.  It was a warm evening with a few bugs showing and the action was plentiful.  Landing over 20 fish on a very short float made for an exciting drift.  We caught a mix of hatchery fish that ranged from 8-14 inches as well as some deep-bodied, wide-shouldered  wild chunkers that took the reels well into the backing.  Both dries and nymphs produced equally well.   What GREAT FUN! Here are some examples of the Rainbow Trout we typically encounter on the majestic McKenzie           

McKenzie River Trout Fishing Starting Up

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A mix of wild and hatchery-raised Rainbow Trout are now available on the McKenzie River.  Both the upper and lower river are producing catches.  McKenzie trout respond readily to flies which provide great fun for both novice and expert fly fishers.