Oregon boasts tremendous flyfishing water, from its famous Deschutes River to lesser known gems in Oregon s eastern deserts.This new and updated edition covers all of the great fishing opportunities and waters in Oregon. John Huber describes in detail the best fishing waters. John gives you tips on how and when to fish each water, along with recommended flies. He also has hatch charts and stream facts for each water. All of the famous streams are covered, including the Grande Ronde, Klamath, Rogue, McKenzie, Willamette, Clackamas, Salmon, Hood, John Day, Deschutes, and many others. John also covers many small stream gems and the lakes, such as Crane Prairie, Gold, Chickahominy, Klamath, Antelope Flat, and more. There are over 77 detailed river maps showing public access, roads, boat launches, campsites, and river miles. Each region has complete travel information and listings for fly shops, sporting good stores, guides, outfitters, lodges, motels, restaurants, campgrounds, and more. The Flyfisher's Guide to Oregon provides comprehensive coverage of over 100 of the best fishing waters in Oregon.
A Guide's Guide to Fly Fishing Mistakes
A licensed fishing guide’s observations on the common mistakes made by anglers, A Guide’s Guide to Fly-Fishing Mistakes provides practical tips on how to improve fly-fishing techniques and break bad habits. Licensed fishing guide and instructor Sara Low offers remedies...
A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean
"A River Runs Through It" is a semi-autobiographical account of Maclean's relationship with his brother Paul and their upbringing in an early 20th-century Montana family in which "there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing." In a 1981...
A Temporary Refuge
As featured in the documentary, DamNation (Patagonia, 2014). During his first summer, Spencer built a sheltered viewing platform, a place to sit with Sis and his notebook, and observe the denizens of the pool for months, and, finally, years on...