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Oregon adds boating laws, anglers worry over Boise-area trout

April 16, 2020 Gintulis 0

Spring is in the air, and with it, anglers are turning their thoughts to boating and open-water fishing. Some questions have been coming in, which means it’s time for another reader mailbag! As always, thanks for reading and sending in your questions and comments. Tight lines! Oregon institutes new laws for boaters If you do…

Columbia River – Oregon Fishing Reports

January 13, 2020 Gintulis 0

This category can only be viewed by members. To view this category, sign up by purchasing One Year Membership. Nearly 20 years ago, we (Bob Rees and brother Doug) started The Guide’s Forecast to bring a community of anglers together in what we thought would be a platform for…

Owyhee River Fly Fishing Eastern Oregon’s top rivers

January 8, 2020 Gintulis 0

OWYHEE RIVER GUIDE TRIPSThe Owyhee River is Oregon’s finest tailwaters. The river is perfect for taking in vast desert landscapes with steep-walled canyons and a very prolific river chock full of massive brown trout!Three Rivers Ranch is proud to offer Owyhee River Fly Fishing Trips.  We have been in business for nearly 100 years and…

McKenzie River fishing Report, Oregon

December 2, 2019 Gintulis 0

One of the region’s most popular rivers for white water rafting and float boating, the McKenzie also offers easy access to world class trout and steelhead fishing. At this site, just 30 minutes east of Springfield on Highway 126, don’t be suprised if you find yourself sharing the water with osprey, great blue herons, and…

Rogue River Fishing Report – Rogue River, Oregon

December 1, 2019 Gintulis 0

The Rogue River begins near Crater Lake and flows 215 miles through the mountains and valleys of southwest Oregon emptying into the Pacific Ocean at the town of Gold Beach. Rushing from the Cascade Range, the river glides into the Rogue Valley floor, drifting peacefully past cities and towns and agricultural lands. The Wild and…