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$
3,595
-
$
7,695
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 angler
Days:
Daily
Duration:
3 days - 8 days
The Lodge at Whale Pass was built on a tradition of Alaska’s finest fishing lodges. In fact, our location was chosen for its enviable proximity to the world-class waters of Southeast ... moreAlaska’s Inside Passage and provides the perfect home base for both Saltwater and Freshwater fishing.

The Lodge provides all of your angling needs from Well-Trained and Helpful Captains and Crew to top of the line spinning and fly Fishing Tackle and Boats. Lodge staff will prepare your catch through our Fish Processing service by filleting, vacuum packing, and flash freezing it to be taken home. We maintain current knowledge of the Fish Charts and Regulations to maximize your fishing experience.

Buy Your Fishing License before your trip or we’ll get if for you after you arrive. Learn What Makes Our Location Great and why more fish are caught here per license than anywhere else in the state.

Fishing guests of The Lodge at Whale Pass benefit from great captains and guides, top flight equipment and a full range of fishing support services.

Well Trained and Helpful Captains and Crew: Our staff of experienced guides, many trained right in Whale Pass, strive to hook you on trophy-size salmon and halibut. Each boat is skippered by a Coast Guard Certified Captain offering patient instruction. Deep local knowledge supplemented by constant networking with other nearby operators assures up-to-the-minute information about current salmon runs and Halibut catches. Everything will be taken care of – from your provisions, to baiting your hooks, to pointing you in the right direction – all so you can use your skills to land the big one.

Fishing Tackle: The Lodge at Whale Pass maintains new, top-of-the-line equipment for all your angling needs. For the fly fisherman, we provide the best gear available, including Sage rods in all necessary weights, lengths and action, a complement of Tibor and Sage reels, and Cabela’s wading gear. Our extensive inventory of lines and flies are made available to our guests and updated throughout the summer to accommodate changing conditions. For those so inclined, a tie flying table in the main lobby is stocked with tying materials proven to succeed in our local waters. For the spin casters among us, you will find equally effective gear and tackle. Pixies, spinners and spoons are inventoried in a variety of sizes and colors to optimize your fishing experience. We’ll also make sure you’re covered from head to toe in Waterproof boots, bib and jackets.

Boats: You will fish from our custom made 24′ North River Seahawks and 29’ Almar walk-around Sounder. Designed specifically for Southeast Alaska fishing conditions, we have outfitted our fleet with the latest in marine electronics including VHS radio, radar, chart plotter and fish-finding sonar. For your comfort, each boat has a roomy cabin and head. For those wanting to lead their own excursion in the local bay and passage, our 19’ Jetcraft Skiffs offer an excellent fishing platform. With 50HP and 60HP motors and wide open decks, you’ll have trouble pulling yourself away from the feisty local salmon.

Fish Processing: Once back on shor e, our staff will clean, filet, vacuum pack and flash freeze your day’s catch for your convenient transport home. Packed in specially designed 50 pound boxes, you’ll be able to check the frozen fish with you on your flight home to stuff your freezer and your friends.
$
275
-
$
615
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 4 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
The Merced River originates in the Southeastern corner of Yosemite National Park. Its headwaters begin at 7900 feet at the Clarke Range. It flows over Nevada and Vernal Falls, and ... morelastly, Illilouette Creek before she flows through the main Yosemite Valley. Then the Merced, picks up water from Tenaya, Yosemite, Bridalveil, and Pigeon Creeks near the end of the valley, and meeting up the water from Cascade Creek before the river flows through the Merced River Canyon and then outside the park. Its South and North Forks join it a few miles outside the park.

The Lower Merced is another river that can be drifted, water flow permitting, or walk & waded January through May.
$
225
-
$
295
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Steep canyon walls and fast and furious pocket water characterize the St. Vrain. The creek is located just outside of Lyons, Colorado just a short and scenic drive from Denver or Boulder. ... moreThe fly fishing is great and so is the scenery! One cannot help but drift back to the days of the old west as you drive through the picturesque clay canyons of the St. Vrain.

The creek is home to lots of opportunistic brown trout and a good sustainable population of rainbow trout. The Vrain is probably best known for the summer time caddis hatch, with blanket hatches of fluttering bugs happening most every evening, making the creek a dry fly fisher’s paradise.

We are also fortunate that the creek tends to stay ice free throughout the year. So don’t let a little snow stop you, winter fly fishing can be fantastic on sunny days in January and February. The midge hatch makes for some great surface action and this is the best winter fly fishing trip close to Boulder.

Another guide favorite, let one of our pro trout hunters show you the secrets of the St. Vrain.
$
225
-
$
295
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
The South Platte River is one of Colorado’s most famous and iconic rivers and for good reason, each stretch of this majestic tail water is full of brown and rainbow trout in prolific ... morenumbers. The river hosts an amazing assortment of bug life and impressive sized trout. Due to its close proximity to Denver, the South Platte receives a good deal of angling pressure, making it one of the most technical trout fisheries in the world. As the saying goes, “If you can catch trout in the South Platte’s Cheesman Canyon, you can catch trout anywhere in the world.” Originating approximately 20 miles west of the town of Lake George the main South Platte is formed from the junction of the South and Middle Forks. From here the river flows through central Denver, eventually joining the North Platte near the town of North Platte, Nebraska. The river itself is a major river of the American Midwest and the American Southwest/Mountain West.

But popularity can be a curse as the South Platte receives a lot of fishing pressure and rightly so due to trophy sized trout. The fish see lots of flies and that is why we hire guides that tie their own custom patterns to fool these wary trout. To be successful the fish must be sighted and fished too. Our guides have some of the best fish eyes in the business and can see trout in all light conditions.

We do the bulk of our guide training on the South Platte drainage. Our guides know this water better than anyone. The South Platte can be tough so make sure you take one of our professional guides to get you and your guests in to fish right away.
$
280
-
$
590
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
We offer professionally guided Utah fly fishing trips 12 months a year, on rivers, streams, and ponds near Park City, Utah. Whether you’re here playing golf in the summer, playing ... moreon the ski slopes during the winter or attending the Sundance film festival we have a great alternative for you. Come spend a day you won’t forget fly fishing with our guides.

Provo River is one of the best known fly fishing rivers in Western United States. It is only 20 minutes from Park City and 45 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. This Blue Ribbon River provides excellent fishing year-round. It originates in the high Uinta Mountains, and is divided into three distinct sections; the upper, the middle, and the lower. The three sections are separated by two reservoirs, the Jordanelle and Deer Creek. Because of these reservoirs the middle and lower sections of the Provo river are classic tail-water fisheries, where the upper is more of a free stone river. These tail-water sections are managed for trophy trout. The water is almost always clear and fishable, and the fish numbers are truly impressive. There are many access points along the 25 miles of river, so if you have any limitations this is a great choice. With its close proximity to Park City this river is ideal for half or full day trips.
$
449
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Whether you are coming to fish or spending a week in Park City plan a couple days for fly-fishing on the Green River. We are avid fly fishermen and have been fishing the rivers around ... morePark City Utah all our lives. We encourage, support and practice catch and release fishing. There are several streams and rivers in northern Utah. Fly-fishing trips range from half day to three day over night river float trips. We have fly fishing equipment for rent if needed. Full day trips include lunch, soft drinks & water. Local overnight trips include two meals the first day and last day, three meals on other days. We can help make room arrangements at Red Canyon Lodge, Flaming Gorge Lodge or supply tents for camping during your fly-fishing experience on the Green River.

We can put together a “cast and blast trip” where we pheasant hunt one day and fly-fish one or two days: stay in the new remodeled 2 bedroom Snow Country condo in downtown Park City. Use your imagination, we can create an experience you’ll always remember.

LOCAL FISHING: There is good flyfishing 15-minutes out of Park City and even more within 2-hours. The Provo and Weber Rivers are very close, with several others east of Park City. We know where to go and what time of year to be there. Please take a day to experience the outdoors surrounding Park City. You can flyfish any season on the scenic Provo River because it doesn’t freeze due to temperature control.
$
275
-
$
609
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
We offer float trips on the world class waters of the Green River. These are full day trips only. The Green River is a 3 1/2 hour drive from Park City, therefore an over night stay ... moreis required in Flaming Gorge, UT.
$
750
-
$
850
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
2 days
$
500
-
$
525
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
DESCHUTES FLY FISHING GUIDES & STEELHEAD GUIDES Regulations & Fishing Methods: Lower Deschutes River regulations prohibit fishing from a floating device, which means that ... morewe wade fish exclusively. As well, the regulations only allow fishing with artificial lures and flies on the Lower Deschutes, so we do both. We primarily fly fish for trout, but we always have a couple of spinning rods along just in case the fish aren’t hitting the fly. We focus our Steelhead fishing efforts swinging flies with spey rods in morning and evening and use a combination of nymphing techniques, throwing lures and using side planers with plugs through the middle of the day.

Above Maupin (River Mile 52): The famous Deschutes Redside Trout are the focus of our efforts above Maupin from mid-April through September when Steelhead begin to show up in the 50-miles above Maupin. September and October provide an opportunity above Maupin for “combo” trips where we target both Redside Trout and Steelhead in the same trip. November and December can be some of the best Deschutes River Steelhead fishing of the year if you are tough enough to brave the cold weather!

Below Maupin (River Mile 52): Beginning in mid-July, when Steelhead start to enter the Mouth of the Deschutes, we focus our Steelheading efforts to the last 50-miles of the river, below Maupin, where the Deschutes meets the Columbia River. Trout are common in this section of the river as well, but the main focus of our attention are powerful and fresh Deschutes River Steelhead.
$
300
-
$
500
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
The Crooked River is a special resource, having a 100% native fish population, and is located just 40 minutes outside of Bend, Oregon. The Crooked River has an incredibly robust population ... moreof Redside Rainbow Trout, slightly smaller than those in the Lower Deschutes River, but still famous for their fight.

Full & Half Day Wade Trips on the Crooked River are filled with both nymph and dry fly action and are suited particularly well for “never-ever” and “seasoned” fly fishers alike. Providing those with less experience with the opportunity to hook MANY trout throughout the day and experienced anglers with the opportunity to refine their technique, the Crooked River is sure to impress. With some of the most dramatic scenery in Central Oregon, the Crooked River Canyon is awe inspiring in and of itself, not to mention the HOT fishing! Your guide will prepare a delicious riverside meal for your enjoyment as you spend a day on the river.
$
425
-
$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
FLY FISHING ON THE CROOKED RIVER The Crooked River is one of the state’s most popular spots. This small stream is known as a year round fishery and most of the time it lives up to ... morethat designation. It has the most prolific trout population of any stream in Central Oregon and lives up to it’s reputation as a very good fishery.

Spring, Summer and Fall often gives us amazing fishing opportunities with BWO’s, PMD’s, Caddis and Midges accounting for the very best fishing of the season. Nymph fishing with small zebra midges and micro mayfly nymphs is absolutely the best way to take trout and some really nice whitefish on the Crooked. Around the middle of May to the middle of June you should encounter some monster caddis hatches. In the fall add Mahogany Duns to the list of hatches and look for them in September and early October in pretty decent numbers.
Winter fishing is often good, there are good midge hatches to be found and drifting a zebra midge is hard to beat.

Scuds, Eggs and Prince Nymphs are often a really good bet for the off times of hatches or biological drift activity.

The Crooked River is best fished in the Tailwater section from Bowman Dam back downstream towards Prineville to Mile Marker 12. This 8 mile stretch of river is the best section of water to fly fish. There are also limited opportunities to fish the Crooked River near Smith Rock State Park and near Opal Springs.
$
425
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
FALL RIVER FLY FISHING GUIDED TRIPS AND CONDITIONS The Fall River is one of my favorite places to fish! Maybe it’s because I am a Spring Creek Fanatic or because this is where I learned ... morehow to fly fish. It’s a 10 mile long Spring Creek and is a tributary to the Deschutes. While there are a few places that are private property the river is mostly open to the public. From the Headwaters, down through the campground, the horseshoe bend and the Fish Hatchery is all very accessible water with only one small piece of private property. From the Hatchery to the Bridge on road 4360 there is another section of private water with just a little public access above the bridge. From the Bridge down to the Falls is all good water. All of the water from the Headwaters to the Falls is open for year round fishing. Below the Falls is mostly public except the last little piece where it flows into the Deschutes. The area below the Falls down to the Deschutes is open in late-May and closes at the end of September.

The Fall River has diverse and prolific hatches. These include BWO’s, PMD’s, Green Drakes, Mahogany Duns, Yellow Sally’s, Midges and Caddis. Terrestrials are very hot here and Attractor dries can work miracles. Because there are so many lava ledges for the fish to hide under, you’ll need a selection of small, tungsten bead head nymphs. Streamer fishing on the Fall River can produce nice takes and truly exciting action.
$
550
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
1 day
Our drift boat trips to the McKenzie happen here! This is a long stretch of river with several put-in’s and take-out’s giving us the option of finding the perfect drift. While we are ... moreadvocating for this to become a Wild Trout only fishery, currently it is a mix of wild and stocked trout. On this float trip you will fish from the boat most of the time but there are also good wade fishing spots that we stop to cover the water. Season runs from last Saturday in April to October 31st.
$
112
50
-
$
425
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 - 6 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 8 hours
Bend, Oregon Guided Fly Fishing Trips on the Crooked River! River Borne Outfitters offers day and half day, guided fly fishing trips on the Crooked River, a scenic high desert river ... more45 minutes east of Bend, Oregon. The beauty and productivity of the Crooked River make it a popular destination for many Central Oregon fly fishers and visitors alike.

The Crooked River is a tail water fishery that has a large population of wild "Redside" rainbow trout and whitefish. As a result of being dam controlled the section of the Crooked River below Bowman Dam experiences stable, albeit cold water temperatures and prolific bug hatches making for ideal fish habitat. The best fishing and where we focus our efforts is the 10 miles of river below Bowman Dam, and Prineville Reservoir.

The Crooked River is the best river to learn to fly fish on in Central Oregon!

All levels of anglers will enjoy the Crooked River. Beginning anglers often experience good success, It is the most ideal river in Central Oregon to try your hand at fly fishing for the first time.

The Crooked River is a great option for those who have just an morning or afternoon to fish. It is close enough to Bend or Sunriver to wet a line and be back in time for that tee time or dinner reservation!

The half day walk in trips on the Crooked River are our most affordable trip.

All equipment is provided in the trip cost, including waders, boots, fly rod rentals, and flies and leaders. The only thing you need to purchase for your trip is a fishing license.

The Crooked River is is a good option for corporate, family, and other group gatherings!

We have a lot of experience in teaching and guiding individuals and groups including children.

A small client to guide ratio (no more than 4:1) is provided so you will have the hands on instruction you need to be successful!
$
150
-
$
1,275
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 - 8 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 3 days
Day and overnight, guided fly fishing trips on the Lower Deschutes River in Oregon are available for wild "Redside" rainbow trout and summer run steelhead. Listed as one of the fifty ... moreplaces an angler needs to fish before he dies, the Deschutes River is a must do for most serious anglers!

Deschutes River Guided Day Trips:
Day trips are available on the Lower Deschutes for both wild "Redside" trout and steelhead. A Deschutes River day float is a great option for those looking to experience the Deschutes and don't have the time or resources to take on an overnight adventure. Half day floats are available during the summer!

Deschutes River Outfitted Camp Trips:
One of the most spectacular Deschutes River fly fishing experiences is a 3-5 day float in which you float, fish, and camp your way down over thirty miles of river. Luxurious camps are standard fair and the fishing, and scenery are incredible. Deschutes camp trips are available for both trout and steelhead! 

Deschutes River Steelhead Trips:
The Deschutes River has one of the best runs of summer run steelhead in the lower forty eight. Dam controlled flows and ideal water temps, combined with hatchery and wild steelhead makes the Deschutes River a very consistent steelhead fishery. A must visit destination for most serious steelheaders!
$
300
-
$
425
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
$
250
-
$
475
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
$
300
-
$
425
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
Book a float trip on the Colorado River and experience some of the best fishing the river has to offer.
$
250
-
$
475
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
Book a wade trip on the Colorado River and get ready for some great fly fishing!
$
295
-
$
395
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
$
285
-
$
385
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day

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