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Whether you’re visiting Bend, a new resident looking to explore, or a long-time “Bendite” interested in being shown your home waters by a professional fly-fishing guide, here at Fly ... moreand Field Outfitters we have a Walk-and-Wade trip for you! All four seasons provide an opportunity to fish our local waters. For families and groups this is an amazing way to be shown parts of Central Oregon you wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to, all while fooling our beautiful local trout. For more information about the local fisheries we host on our guided Walk and Wade fly-fishing trips check out theCrooked River, Fall River and the Upper Deschutes River. To learn more about what a Walk-and-Wade guided trip in Oregon is all about, read on!

All of our guided Walk-and-Wade fly fishing trips near Bend, Oregon are all inclusive and we provide the needed equipment. So if you’re traveling and don’t want to lug your gear, we have you covered. All of our expert Oregon fishing guides have rods suited to each fishery. The perfect rod for most Walk-and-Wade trips is an eight-to-nine-foot, four or five weight with medium-fast action. The three rivers mentioned above should be fished with waders and boots. All of our client equipment is suited for these trips; all you have to do is show up! If you have the flies you need, great. . . if not, we have the right bugs at the shop. Our Central Oregon fly-fishing trips epitomize ease and fun, whether it’s just you, a family, a group of friends, corporate outings, you name it. We’ll take care of parties big and small, never exceeding a 4:1 client/guide ratio.

The three rivers that Fly and Field Outfitters offers Walk-and-Wade fly-fishing trips on are all unique, both in regards to the fishing and the scenery. Settings include cool Ponderosa forests, lupine strewn alpine meadows, and dramatic desert canyons. While the Upper Deschutes River has a six-month fishing season, both the Crooked and Fall rivers fish wonderfully all year, including sensational dry fly action on the shortest days of winter! No matter what time of the year you’d like to take a guided Walk-and-Wade fly-fishing trip, every day on the water with us is a fun, educational experience filled with scenery that will take your breath away.

Walk-and-Wade trips usually begin at our shop where we “kit you out” for the day ahead. Meeting times vary throughout the season, but rarely is extreme “dawn patrol” necessary. Once you have everything you need for the day you will follow your guide to the river. A half-day trip includes four solid hours of fishing, with your guide optimizing your approach the entire time. He/she will also supply a cooler with water, Gatorade, soda and ice. If you’d like to bring some beer, we’ll have the cold cooler! Full-day Walk-and-Wade trips include eight hours and a stream-side BBQ lunch.
WADE FISHING TRIPS IN PARK CITY, UTAH Wade fishing is the classic experience. Walk to a secluded location along the banks of a local river such as the Provo river. While on the way ... moreyou can dissect every pool, riffle and rock while your guide offers instruction and assistance. Wade fishing is the best selection for a high level of instruction. These trips are available for either a half or full day. Nearly all of our local rivers and streams are exclusively accessed through this method.
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WADE FISHING TRIPS IN PARK CITY, UTAH Wade fishing is the essential fly fishing experience. You find yourself in a secluded location and cast a line to entice rising fish. Your guide ... morewill provide direction and guidance to help you make your catch and master the art of fly fishing.. Wade fishing is the best selection for a high level of instruction. Our full day trips take you on a local river such as the Provo, stopping at all the best spots to hook trout. Nearly all of our local rivers and streams are exclusively accessed through wading.
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  • Experienced, knowledgeable fishing guide
  • Equipment is provided
  • Lunch, drinks, and snacks included
Enjoy a private, guided fly fishing trip wading in one of the most beautiful rivers and streams in the backyard of Asheville's mountains. Our professional guides assist you as you ... morewade for trophy trout and wild trout on the Watauga River in North Carolina. Our trips include all fishing equipment, waders, boots and more.
The “Blue Ribbon” trout waters of the Yakima are home to Rainbows, Cutthroats, good hatches and gorgeous scenery. A great catch and release trout river. Troutwater has fly shops on ... moreboth the upper Yakima River and the Lower Yakima River.

The Trout Season

February/March – Skwala Stoneflies, March Brown Duns

Mid to late February through March is one of the best times to find the large, mature rainbows of the Yakima River. The weather may suck or it could be mild and comfortable during the end of winter. What does usually happen are big fish congregated together in the stable, low river flows during pre-snow melt period.

April/May – March Browns, Salmon Flies, Drakes, Caddis

Great insect hatches occur in the spring on the Yakima River. The Yakima continues to see the skwala stonefly adults into early April. Other stoneflies that are active include the salmon flies and golden stones. On the mayfly side, the March brown duns are in full strength early in April into the latter parts of the month. We also see blue wing olives in April. May will be the blue wing olives, mahagonies and drakes. The salmon flies are strong towards the end of May. The only bummer is the river can easily blowout from snow melt.

June/July/August – Hoppers, Summer Stones, Caddis

June bring irrigation water from the Lake Cle Elum reservior, bumping the river flows significantly. On the positive side, the river stays cool and highly oxygenated throughout the heat of the summer. Lots of dry fly fishing with terrestrial patterns and summer stoneflies. It’s a great time to fish.

September/October – Caddis, Blue Wings, Baetis, October Caddis

After Labor Day, the flow draw down as the irrigation needs for the lower Yakima Valley are met by the Naches River drainage. The warm days and cool nights of the fall bring great hatches. The Chinook salmon are actively spawning in the upper river by the end of September.

November/December – Blue wings, Baetis, Midges

The Yakima will fishing will depend on weather this time of year. It usually fishes well until the first cold snap of the year. The lower river tends to be more mild than the upper with better fish activity as a result. The river is also more accessible below Ellensburg due to less snow.
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With its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, the Big Thompson River just below the town of Estes Park is a classic canyon trout river. The personality of this 30-foot-wide ... moretrout stream is best described as pocket water and riffles.

Because of the diversity of water and abundance of trout, the Big Thompson provides a remarkable walk-wading fly-fishing experience for the never-ever or the well-fished angler. The 10-12 inch rainbow or brown trout will take dry flies or nymphs. Big Thompson River fly fishing is an exerpience that is second to none.
The Cache la Poudre River flows through the Poudre Canyon located just outside Fort Collins, Colorado. Granite canyon walls 500 feet high provide the backdrop for your fishing experience. ... more

This active Colorado canyon river offers numerous fly-fishing experiences. Try your hand at walk-wading along the river's banks or travel by boat to float-fish the more remote sections. As an angler, you can find a variety of water types - slow meanders and pocket water to deep pools and riffles. When casting dry flies and nymphs, you will notice frequent action from the many 10-14 inch rainbows and browns that inhabit the river.
The Cache la Poudre River's headwaters are in the northern part of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The river descends eastward in the mountains through the Roosevelt National ... moreForest down through the breathtaking Poudre Canyon and emerges from the foothills north of the city of Fort Collins. Anglers seeking success on the Cache la Poudre River can find it in all seasons, as water remains open in certain areas year-round. Fishers in the winter often pursue skittish trout with flies the size of a pinhead at distances of up to forty feet. In the fall, Brown Trout spawn and in the spring, so do the Rainbow Trout, making for aggressive and active fish that are more than willing to take a fly, dressed of fur and feather and will fight the angler well. Late Spring and Summertime make fishing the Poudre a magical experience with an abundance of bug activity, dry fly season on the Poudre is top notch. With plenty of public access, enough water exists that one may always find solitude if he or she so desires it.
The Big Thompson river is a year round fishery that is steep in gradient and made up largely of pocket water, it is a river with easy access. Highway 34 runs along most of the river ... morefrom Loveland, up to Estes Park. With its headwaters starting in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, it meanders through the town of Estes Park and down the scenic canyon along Hwy 34. Although the Park has many fly fishing opportunities, the majority of local fly fishers concentrate their efforts below Lake Estes and in the canyon. Most of the upper canyon is managed as 'catch and release' providing good numbers of quality trout. The majority of this stretch is public water managing to reduce crowding even in the heart of the season.