Fishing in Springfield


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  • 1 Agape Fishing Guide
    One of the largest species of Pacific salmon, the chinook is prized among fishermen for its vivid color and distinct claw-like mouth. And like most animals, it's ready to fight anything come spawning season. Not one to be deterred, second-generation guide Vance Marshall takes anglers out in his 16-foot aluminum drift boat to catch these mettlesome chinook, as well as steelhead trout and other seasonal species that run up the McKenzie, Siuslaw, Umpqua, and Willamette Rivers. He also equips seasoned outdoorsmen with spinning and bait-casting rigs before journeying into the waters framed by Oregon's verdant evergreens himself.
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    On Location
    Walterville, OR US
  • Hooked For Life Guide Service
    Hooked for Life Guide Service’s founder and head guide, Jarrod Kelso, caught his first fish at the age of 4 and has adored the sport ever since. As a native Oregonian, Jarrod has developed an intimate understanding of the state’s waters. He puts that knowledge to work during guided trips, some of which track down salmon and steelhead, others of which chase mammoth redband and brown trout up to 15 pounds in size. Jarrod leads fellow anglers into Oregon’s waters aboard his new Willie custom drift boat.
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    Redeem on River
    Springfield, OR US
  • Pacific Northwest Whitewater Excursions
    The seasoned head guide of Oregon River Excursions and the McKenzie River are worthy adversaries. Armed with 14 years of guiding experience and secure rafts, he leads groups down through portions of the river's churning rapids on full-day excursions. On trips, rafters come ashore for a fully catered lunch or to test whether their arms have turned into flippers yet.
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    462 39th Street
    Springfield, OR US
  • All-Star Outfitters
    The McKenzie River flows past some of Oregon's most awe-inspiring natural scenery?douglas fir?blanketed mountainsides, bald eagles diving to catch trout, and gargantuan boulders splitting the current into Class II and III rapids. Guides like Captain "Wild Matty" equip outdoorsmen with fly or spinning rigs and guide vistors on fishing trips on the McKenzie River, Siuslaw River, and Lake Creek to catch rainbow and cutthroat trout, spring- and fall-run chinook, and steelhead. The guides can also arrange lunch options for every outing, such as deli-style sandwiches, Wild West barbecue, or hot dogs on a hook.
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    54705 McKenzie Highway
    Blue River, OR US
  • Umpqua Angler
    Bryan Gill grew up fishing the Umpqua River, and has more than 35 years of experience capturing its finned inhabitants. As the Umpqua Angler, Bryan shares his vast knowledge of the river and its surrounding areas by leading fellow fishermen on trips throughout the year. During those adventures, Bryan targets fish according to the season, navigating groups to prime areas and deploying unique lures to bait bites from trophy catches.
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    311 whipple st p.o box 988
    Drain, OR US
  • River Trail Guides
    Down the McKenzie River, the staff members of River Trail Guides steer rafts through Class II and III rapids, taking thrill seekers as young as aged 6 along for the ride. Full- and half-day trips float down up to 14.5 miles of churning river, splashing over gurgling rapids before rafters stop to eat lunch. The guides also offer river drift-boat fishing, wherein visitors cast their lines toward seasonal catches, such as trout, steelhead, and smallmouth bass.
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    1302 Piper Lane
    Eugene, OR US
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