Deschutes River Hosted Trip With Will!!

April 01, 2021 2 min read

Spend 3 days taking your trout fishing to the next level with a trip down Oregon's famed Deschutes River! This 5 star tent camp trip will get the summer started off right! We will cover the most effective fly fishing techniques for trout and make you a more succesful angler! 
There is good reason that the Deschutes is Oregon’s best-known river. The Deschutes is a desert oasis rife with wild resident rainbows, countless rapids, and stunning scenery. It is also a favored stomping ground for the Rentons, a family that has centered much of their life around this remarkable resource. The Rentons will be our guides on this prolific stretch of the upper river.
Fly fishing for trout on the Deschutes may be one of the most unique angling experiences to be found in the American west. The fish are all native, wild “redsides.” This is a distinct sub-species of rainbow trout that tend to be some of the hardest fighting trout, for their size, you will ever find. 

Fishing for the famed “redsides”, which range from 12 to 20 inches, is very good this time of year. Drift boats are used for transportation, but no fishing is allowed from the boat. 
The Renton’s are known to set up some of the most comfortable camps on the Deschutes. Guests stay in double occupancy 12 x 12 Montana canvas spike tents. Camps will have a solar shower as well as a solar charging station. Tents will have cots and pads and guests will bring their own sleeping bags and towels. All meals will be delicious and thoughtfully prepared by Debbie and are served in the dining tent.
2 night/3 day package: $1,800

Included:On the water meals and accommodation, guided fishing, fishing tackle, camp gear, dry bags

Not Included:Alcohol, waders/boots, fishing licenses, guide gratuities, sleeping bag, vehicle shuttle, boater passes, personal items

Species:Redside (rainbow) trout

Capacity:5 anglers & host
Contact Will at The Ashland Fly Shop 541-488-6454 or for more details and to hold your spot for this great trip! 

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