Oregon's Umpqua Basin offers the fly angler the ability to take advantage of a large range of water conditions as well as both swinging and nymphing tactics. From January through March, one of the largest runs of wild winter steelhead on the west coast enters the system bound for both the North and South fork. From broad gravel bars to bed-rock edged pocket water, the Umpqua and its tributaries present a variety of water types. Day trips consist of meeting at a scheduled time and location, then fishing throughout the day in a manor dependent on angler desire and water conditions. Lunch, water, and tackle will be provided by the guide service, leaving licensing, wading gear, and proper winter clothing to be taken care of by guests. The communities of Roseburg, Oregon and the nearby town of Glide, Oregon offer guests lodging and accommodations.