Fishing the Wood River

The Wood River in Klamath Couty offers some of Oregon’s best stream fishing for big brown trout while also providing a shot at the giant redband rainbow trout that migrate upstream from Agency and Upper Klamath Lakes.

Fishing the Sprague and Sycan Rivers

The Sprague and Williamson rivers offer some excellent (if under-the-radar) fishing for redband and brown trout. If you’re in the region to fish the famous Williamson and Wood rivers or Upper Klamath Lake, find some solitude and lots of feisty trout in these lightly fished tributaries. We show you when, where and how to do it.

Fishing the Williamson River

The Williamson River is rightfully famous as perhaps the best stream in Oregon where you could land a 10-pound native rainbow trout on a fly. Add in some brown trout and you have one of the state’s premier trout-fishing destinations. Read our tips for success.

Fishing the Imnaha River

The Imnaha River offers potentially excellent fishing for steelhead, rainbow trout, spring Chinook salmon and smallmouth bass in a remote Northeast Oregon setting. The river also offers one of the state’s few excellent catch-and-release fisheries for native bull trout.