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Owyhee River, OR
Below you will find the remaining Summer availability at one of our favorite dry fly venues in the Pacific Northwest. Eastern Oregon’s Owyhee River during August and September presents fly anglers with great opportunities to fish big, terrestrial dry flies for hungry brown trout. Best done as a 2 night/3 day trip, this is a wonderful option for those seeking a summer dry fly getaway for big browns surrounded by beautiful desert scenery.

To experience this spectacular venue, we have teamed up with Cory Godell, owner and operator of Deschutes River Anglers. Central Oregon born and raised, Cory began fishing the rivers of the state at a young age and has now spent over two decades guiding them. A self-described “dry fly nut,” it is no wonder Cory fell in love with the Owyhee at a young age and has centered part of his outfitting calendar around this special place. The Owyhee Basecamp is a comfortable tent camp situated on a piece of private riverside property where guests will enjoy short drive times to prime fishing water, single accommodations in spacious Montana Canvas wall tents and hearty, delicious meals.

Contact Andy at 800.552.2729 for more information on the Owyhee River


August 8 – 14
August 30 – September 2
September 6 – 8

Capacity: 2 – 4 anglers

Rate: $1,250 per person for a 2 night/3 day package

Included: On water meals, accommodations in camp (including tent, cot and sleeping pad) non-alcoholic beverages, guided fishing, tackle, fly rods, and flies.

Not Included: Round trip airfare to Boise, Idaho, accommodations in Boise, transportation between Boise and camp, fishing license (available online), alcohol, personal items, guide gratuities, waders, boots with studs and sleeping bag.

Sample Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive Boise, Idaho and if arriving late, overnight at your independently arranged accommodations (not included).
Day 2: Rent a car (not included) and drive (approximately one and a half hours) to the river where you will meet your guide for a full day of fishing, then overnight.
Day 3: Full day of guided fishing. Overnight.
Day 4: Full day of guided fishing. Depart for Boise and home or points beyond.