Fly Fishing Guide Service Based Out of Eugene, Oregon

Archive for the Steelhead Category

Spring, Summer and other

Both Clay and I have been busy, not a whole lot of time spent at the keyboard lately. Here’s a peek into where and what we’ve been doing the past few months. Valley steelheading has been good. With quite a few more fish over Willamette Falls than

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Homage to Another Oregon Winter

Our winter season has all but come to a close. Fewer and fewer new fish being caught signals a time to focus our attention elsewhere, and to let them finalize their journey. With an early season dominated by drought, and a mid to late season consisting of storm after storm, it was a

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Early arrivals

Early winter steelhead have began nosing their way into our coastal streams. These late november/early december fish are the brightest fish we get to see all season, only days possibly hours from saltwater. There have been windows of good conditions between the subfreezing temps, and bumps in

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Last fall I began working for Todd Weck, owner of Rogue Canyon Outfitters. Todd offers 3 night 4 day fishing trips through the Rogue Canyon. These have quickly become my most anticipated trips of the year. The Rogue, like the upper Mckenzie and the North, is a

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While reflecting on an amazing winter, it’s hard not to be interrupted by thoughts of what is to come.   Something to look forward to.     Summer livin’   -Ty and Clay Holloway

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The angling options around the Eugene area never cease to amaze me. Within 2 hours you can be wading some of the most revered steelhead water in all of angling, a 5 minute drive and you’re swinging flies in an urban steelhead environment like no other. The

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Last Call

Spring trouting is around the corner.. However, March is one of our favorite months to target winter steelhead. Longer, generally dryer, and warmer days lend to more comfortable conditions. The rivers are in  peak splendor and performance. Bonus: gone are the hatchery fish hunting crowds of January

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Grand Opening

This blog will be the culmination of thoughts (and images) from two brothers who fish a lot. We hope to engage our readers and customers with captivating stories from the field with intermittent images of our adventures. Conservation minded posts will be slipped in with regularity, particularly

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