Tucked away in eastern Oregon, not far from Boise, Idaho, Oregon’s finest trophy brown trout river flows discreetly through desert rim rock and sage. It is a relatively small river but its honey-colored browns are anything but small, averaging 16 to 20 inches with considerably larger fish present. The Owyhee has a long season and a rich progression of vibrant insect hatches. The seasonal highlights are the skwala stonefly hatch of March and early April, along with the terrestrial season occurring mid-August through September. If big browns on dries are something you want to experience, this is the very best Oregon has to offer. There are still some fantastic openings for the upcoming spring season. Book now to secure a spot in one of our favorite early season trout operations!
- March 14 - 16: 4 anglers
- March 17 - 19: 4 anglers
- March 21 - 23: 4 anglers
- March 28 - 30: 1 angler
- March 31 - April 2: 1 angler
- April 10 - 12: 4 anglers
$1,300 per person based on double occupancy for a 2 night/2.5 day program
On-water meals, non-alcoholic beverages, guided fishing, tackle, fly rods, and flies.
Transportation to/from Owyhee River, accommodations and meals outside of the camp, fishing license (available online), alcohol, personal items, guide gratuities, waders, boots with studs, and sleeping bag.
Pacific Northwest, Saltwater