Salmon ♦ Steelhead ♦ Trout ♦ Rogue River ♦ McKenzie River
Rogue River Steelhead and Salmon Fishing
The Rogue River "Twitch" means steelhead fishing with a wet
fly! Add that to Chinook or Coho Salmon and you may get a soar arm. From its
origin in the High Cascades near Crater Lake, the Rogue River carves its way
through Oregon's rugged coastal Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. The Rogue River
is a national "Wild and Scenic River". We stay in historical wilderness lodges
along the river with hearty meals.
Trout Fishing the McKenzie River
The incredible lure of dry fly fishing for Rainbow Trout!
Bubbling from beneath the lava beds in Oregon the McKenzie River originates
high in the Cascade mountains and travels 85 miles through towering old-growth
forests to its confluence with the Willamette. It's cold crystal clear water
drops steeply at first, then flattens as it nears Eugene Oregon in the valley
"Never having fly fished before I was very hesitant, but after a couple days of Patient instructions I was catching fish along with making new friends."
Idaho or Oregon Outdoor Adventure Vacation
Select your outdoor adventure vacation in Oregon or Idaho. If you want to fly fish your family/friends can ride in a whitewater raft on the same trip. SPACES ARE LIMITED - RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW FOR A VACATION YOU WILL NEVER FORGET...
Jeff Helfrich - Licensed - Insured - Bonded in Oregon &
Idaho Permittee USFS & - Member Oregon Outdoor Assoc.
McKenzie River Guide - Idaho Outfitters and Guides Assoc. - America Outdoors
Tightlines is an equal opportunity employer and offers deluxe excursions on a non-discriminatory basis. Tightlines maintains special use permits on the Middle Fork Salmon, Main Salmon, Rogue and McKenzie Rivers issued by either the Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service or both. Middle Fork Salmon River operations are conducted through Challis Ranger District on the Challis, Boise, Salmon and Payette National Forests.