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Lower Deschutes River

The Deschutes is a desert river flowing north through deep, rugged canyons and has some of the biggest trout water that an angler will ever see.  High-side drift boats or inflatable rafts help anglers easily cover large stretches water, but numerous class III and IV rapids make the Deschutes appropriate for experienced whitewater boaters only.…
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By: Jason Halsey

Hosmer Lake

Just on the westward slope of Mt. Bachelor, Hosmer has a picturesque backdrop. Not that the large brook trout, rainbows or cutthroat aren’t reason enough to enjoy time on Hosmer. This lake is a fly fishing only lake that does not allow the use of gas motors, which makes this lake even more appealing. The…
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By: Tye Krueger

Crane Prairie Reservoir

Crane Prairie is a highly channelized reservoir with huge amounts of chironomids that help these rainbows reach their famed proportions. Strong hatches of damselflies during the summer supplement the chironomids. Recommended Rigs TROUT 9 - 10ft 4 - 7 weight fly rod Large arbor reel with a strong drag Rio InTouch Camolux, Rio Gold, Orvis…
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By: Tye Krueger

McKenzie River

Starting from deep within the Lava Flows in the Cascade Range, this cold, gin-clear river cuts its way through ferns and towering evergreens. Wild rainbow trout are accompanied by hatchery rainbows which makes this a great river to turn fishing into catching! Recommended Rigs TROUT 9ft  4 - 6 weight fly rod Large arbor reel…
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By: Tye Krueger