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Showing 1-9 of 9 Fishing Resorts
Explore Oregon and experience legendary Oregon fly fishing from your exclusive Crater Lake lodging hideaway. Lonesome Duck has 2.5 miles of private access to the Williamson River, one of the best wild trophy trout fisheries in America.... more
With guides to match your skill and fishing style, gourmet meals to keep you energized and a river full of steelhead and salmon to cast for, Morrison's Rogue River Lodge is your finest choice for top-notch Rogue River fishing trips. All experience levels are welcome, and all meals, equipment and lodging is included.... more
Diamond Lake, about an hour away, is one of the premier fishing lakes in the Cascades. The scenic Umpqua River is another great fishing spot or visit South Umpqua Falls and try the natural water slide!... more
The main house and country store were built in the 1880's as an old stagecoach and ferry stop, a magnet for river travelers for generations. The store, cabins, and some of the docks have been renewed and renovated, while the boat launch still has boats available for rent for fishing or just for fun.... more
These clear, government-monitored waters are known for their bounty of fish. Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch, Salmon, and Large mouth Bass are just a few examples. Troll the water, or fly fish. Tackle and gear are available at the resort!... more
The Williamson River and Upper Klamath Lake are rated as premier fly fishing destinations in the U. S. for large to very large redband rainbow trout. Rainbows weighing upward of 10 pounds are not at all uncommon in these waters and rainbows exceeding fifteen pounds are always possible!... more
Hyatt Reservoir is stocked each year with about 250,000 young rainbow trout, some of which eventually reach 26 inches in length in the lake's favorable conditions. Sport fishing for Largemouth Bass is also common, and the lake supports populations of Crappie and other fish.... more