Jun 4th, 2020
Oregon’s North Umpqua River is the quintessential Cascadian river– steep, swift, crystal clear, and incredibly beautiful. It is also an iconic American classic that has captured the souls of countless anglers and drawn them back year after year to test their skills against one of the most challenging and rewarding races of steelhead in the world. The North Umpqua’s 32 miles of “fly only” water are among the most radically regulated waters in the West and prohibit the use of weight throughout the prime summer months. For those who seek the challenge and rewards of catching a steelhead on a dry fly, this is the ultimate playing field.
There is availability for the following dates:
● July 17 – 20: 3 rods
● July 21 – 23: 2 rods
● July 29 – August 15: Open for bookings of up to 4 rods
For more information or to reserve your spot, call Andy at (800) 552-2729.