Category Archives: Middle Fork Willamette River fishing

Fall Guide Special Starts Today October 21st, 2014

Starting this coming Wednesday the 21th of October we will be offering special pricing on our local guided fly fishing trips. Instead of our standard $450 per day we will be running a prime part of the day “3/4 guide … Continue reading

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Middle Fork Willamette Steelhead Fishing

The Middle Fork Willamette was a great steelhead fishery for us this Summer; however, it remains an option through the Fall as well.  With well over 20,000 fish over the falls this year, numbers are good and now is still … Continue reading

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Fall Fishing Coming to Your Local Rivers Soon

Fall has been creeping in, edging out a gorgeous dry Summer in the Willamette Valley. Shade, shadows, and mid-afternoon midges have been increasing daily. Grey Drakes, Blue Winged Olives and tan Caddis have been sporadically emerging. Waters are still low … Continue reading

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Steelhead Counts Looking Good-Town Run Improving

If you haven’t already been swinging flies on the Willamette, now is the time to get out there. With hundreds of fish coming over the falls daily and with air temperatures not at peak Summer levels yet, fishing has improved … Continue reading

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Take Work Off and Fish Locally

So here is the plan for Friday. Go into work early make sure it’s all handled and then head to the river around 11am! Today we have a bit of rain and overcast. The fish on the McKenzie and Willamette … Continue reading

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Willamette River Fishing Report

The Middle Fork of the Willamette is flowing at ideal levels for trout and steelhead fishing. With approx 810 cubic feet per second being released out of Hills Creek dam the Middle Fork near Oakridge is very “wadable” and “boatable”. … Continue reading

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Trout Unlimited Organizational Meeting

Please note: new location! TU Chapter 678 McKenzie Upper Willamette will hold an organizational meeting Monday May 5, 2014 at 6 PM in the small community room of The Stellaria Building 150 Shelton-McMurphey Blvd, Eugene, OR 97401. The nomination of … Continue reading

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Flies you Need in your Fly Box for Spring Fishing on the Mckenzie and Willamette

Here is a list of “go to” standard fly patterns for your local fishing over the next couple of weeks. Sizes may vary slightly and of course there are many other effective flies. These are your “don’t leave home without … Continue reading

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McKenzie River Fly Patterns page updated

We’ve updated the McKenzie-Willamette River Fly Pattern page with tons of great new trout patterns by Tony Torrence and Jay. There are some old standbys with new twists, some repeats by new tyers with different perspectives on the craft and … Continue reading

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Fall Steelhead Report

Steelhead anglers are still getting results between the rain showers or weak storm fronts on our local streams. Although not the chrome of summer, these fish are still exhibiting a strong battle for those who “swing”. Anglers should keep a … Continue reading

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McKenzie and Willamette Rivers Fishing Well Fall of 2013 Comes Early

Fall fishing is upon us a bit early this year and ideal conditions exist locally and beyond. The McKenzie and it’s tributaries are in perfect shape with regard to water level and water temperature. Each day light conditions are improving, … Continue reading

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McKenzie and Willamette River Fly Fishing Report

There have been some gorgeous days on our local rivers of late. Tons of sun, great water conditions and few anglers out and about. Now about that fishing report: Hot days in April and May can mean cold water running … Continue reading

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McKenzie and Willamette Continue to Fish Well

The weekend forecast is looking great for weather and water conditions on our local rivers. Be prepared for March Browns around 2pm and blizzard caddis hatch’s to develop as the days warm. Swinging traditional wets like Cahills, March Brown Wets … Continue reading

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There Snow Trout Like Winter Trout

Hard to believe we are only about a month away from the beginning of March Brown season. But, don’t wait for dry fly fishing to come back before you head out to the streams for trout again. The trout are … Continue reading

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Mid Day Best on the McKenzie

A plethora of insects are still emerging on the Mckenzie and Middle fork of the Willamette Rivers. Good numbers of Blue Winged Olives, Lesser Green Drakes, small Orange Caddis, October Caddis and even a few Short Winged Stoneflies remain important … Continue reading

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