Trout

Lots of choices when it comes to Fall Fishing

Lots of choices when it comes to Fall Fishing

Last week I had the priviledge of introducing a couple guys from out-of-town to the McKenzie River. They were looking for a couple days of mostly fly fishing and got to see quite a bit of river as we did about 10 miles each day. Day 1 we fished the upper river and gave the guys a few good rides through some white water with a chance to enjoy the scenic majesty along the river.

Early Fall Fishing on the McKenzie River

Early Fall Fishing on the McKenzie River

My good old friends Frank & Tina out visiting from Colorado booked a coulple days of fun fishing on the McKenzie just after Labor Day. Temperatures cooled down just a little bit from the persistent summer heat that has prevailed and raft & boat numbers diminished enough to provide an atmosphere of relative solitude, all which made for really pleasant floats.

ROARING FORK GUIDE SERVICE NEWSLETTER - SPRING-SUMMER 2013 -

ROARING FORK GUIDE SERVICE  NEWSLETTER  -  SPRING-SUMMER  2013 -

Spring Greetings 2013 Newsletter

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McKenzie River Trout Fishing - Great Late Summer - Early Fall Fun

McKenzie River Trout Fishing - Great Late Summer -  Early Fall Fun

Dave and Matt Double up on Trout near Eagle Rock on the Upper McKenzie River. Late Summer - Early Fall Trout provide great action for fishermen of any level on the majestic McKenzie River near Eugene, Oregon. Matt Dickerson and his buddy Dave O'Hara set an all-time record for trout landed on a single day's drift while enjoying the gorgeous scenery along the Upper McKenzie last week. Dave & Matt landed over 120 trout, all on flies, wet & dry. The guys put on an amazing fly fishing clinic, the likes of which may never again be duplicated. At trip's end, Matt complained of a sore arm, but tempered the complaint adding that it was a "good kind of sore."