Bischof's Flyfishing, OR
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Hood River, Oregon
100% Customer Satisfaction
has been our commitment since 1856. It’s who we are. If you aren’t happy with a product or service, we want to know about it. And we’ll make it right. That’s the Orvis Way.
What is Provided:
Lunch, all flies, fly rods, a guide, and drift boat are provided on all day trips. Anglers are responsible for their own Oregon fishing license and steelhead tags.
For Smallmouth bass, we suggest fly rods 8 to 9 feet ranging from 4 wt.-6 wt. Floating lines and tapered leaders 7 ft., 2X.
Steelhead fishing requires single hand, switch, or spey rods from 10 ft. to 13 ft. with 6 wt. and 7 wt. being ideal. Floating lines and 10 ft. tapered leader to OX tippit.
What to Bring:
Smallmouth bass: April through October
Steelhead: October through December
Smallmouth bass and wild steelhead.
The John Day River sits at the bottom of a massive basalt (lava rock) canyon with impressive rock formations, studied by geologists from all over the world. The terrain is rugged and quite impressive. The river itself is one of the longest, undammed, free-flowing rivers left in the lower 48 states.
- Winter months range from lows of 20s to highs in the 40s F.
- Springtime can range from 30s to high 80s.
- Summer weather is hot and dry and can range from 60 to over 100 degrees.
- Fall is mild with lows in the 30s to highs of 60s.
Upland game bird hunting can be excellent here with large populations of chukar, pheasant, and quail. A short road trip to visit any of the nearby fossil beds is well worth a look, also.
- bvseo_sdk, dw_cartridge, 18.2.0, p_sdk_3.2.0
- CLOUD, getReviews, 0ms
- reviews, product
- bvseo-msg: SEO SDK is disabled. Enable by setting seo.sdk.enabled to true.; SEO SDK is disabled. Enable by setting seo.sdk.enabled to true.;