Guided Drift Boat Fishing Trips

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Fish for new memories with our guided tour along the McKenzie RiverMcKenzie River Guided Float Trips

There is no better view of Oregon than from the world famous McKenzie river. These one-day float trips combine top-notch fly fishing with great scenery from late March through October. McKenzie river drift boats, which are both safe and comfortable, are utilized exclusively; these boats were developed by the early guides on the McKenzie, and the guided McKenzie fishing trip has been an Oregon tradition for more than a half-century.

The fishing is for rainbow and cutthroat trout; with the fly and from the boat, and your guide will offer instruction at any level. All tackle and flies are furnished as necessary; if you prefer to use your own, 4,5 and six weight lines are all fine. Our flies are all pretty specialized, and are furnished at no charge. Most of the fishing is with the dry fly.

Sometimes the smiles are bigger than the fishMcKenzie fishing is suitable for all ages and for any skill level from beginner to veteran. Many of our regular anglers are world traveled, but make a special trip to the McKenzie every year.

All you need to bring are lunch and license. Normally we stop on the riverbank at noon and prepare your morning’s catch for lunch – there are planted trout available on most stretches of the river along with the bigger native “red-sides” and cutthroat. All native, wild trout are released.

There are several excellent lodges along the river, and an excellent golf course, Tokatee, is nearby.  Many of our out-of-town anglers combine several days of fishing with some golf.

McKenzie trips are a great way to entertain family, friends and business associates. Party sizes of from two to twelve anglers can be arranged, and you can fish for one day, or fish several sections of river over several days.

 

Rowing up the McKenzie River, casting for trout

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