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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-22-2009, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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A little oregon help

I'm hoping some of you NW guys can help me out. I just got free tickets (southwest) and a long weekend for the third week in july from the wife for father's day. I'm planning on flying into Portland with my 5 weight + trout stuff and my 13'3" double hander and that's about as far as my plans have gotten. I'm running this trip on the shoe string so no guides which unfortunately means no boat. So any recommendations for areas to hit on foot would be greatly appreciated and would be gladly returned if anyone is ever in Michigan. Thanks.
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Being your flying into Portland, the Sandy River may be a good bet.

Contact Mark B at his fly shop in Welches, Oregon; he'll know which, if any rivers are holding summer runs at that time of the year.

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If you would be interested in a day float on the deschuttes give me a call not a licensed guide but i'am quite experinced with fishing the deschuttes i do warmsprings to trout creek alot. 50 some floats last year 7 already this year. to early for steel but some supper nice redsides. I take a lot of guys i know down the river to help with expenses shuttle and gas give me a call or e mail phone 541-420-1077 e-mail [email protected] hope to here from you Ken sporalsky
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Thumbs up Wozzer!

Now THAT IS a heck of a good offer!!!!

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More than I could have hoped for. Thanks all. Now I've got to hit the vise.
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The lower Deschutes should be producing summer chrome, and if your not adverse to driving.... then the North Umpqua would be another option for consideration.

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