Greasy Beaks Flyfishing, OR
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Hebo, OR
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Greasy Beaks Flyfishing
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Wading Trips $500
Drift Boat Trips $600www.greasybeaksflyfishing.com/ratesinfo.html
- Fall Chinook
- Winter Steelhead
- Chum Salmon
- Rainbow Trout
- Sea Run Cutthroat Trout
- Summer Steelhead
- Spring Chinook
- Rock Bass & Ling Cod in the estuaries & bays
Fall Chinook Oct 15th - Dec 31st
Winter Steelhead Dec - April
Summer Steelhead April - June
Spring Chinook April - June
I am within an hour to most of the rivers I fish. A typical day is spent wearing waders and taking my Hyde Drift boat down one of the many coastal drainages. We use switch rods and strike indicators for nymphing in between swing runs. Skagit lines and spey rods are used for swinging flies to fish in larger areas. Depending on peoples preferences I am set up for whatever they like doing the most!
The wading can be challenging on certain rivers but for the most part its not bad and studs usually aren't needed. Felt souls and warm/dry clothes are recommended as conditions change frequently.
Typical winter conditions are 38 - 60 degrees with the possibility of rain.
What is Provided:
I provide everything you'll need! Feel free to bring your own, but my setups are dialed in and I use top of the line gear. I provide a lunch for my guests and have water and snacks on board. I am happy to clean and bag a hatchery catch that you might want to take home as well.
What to Bring:
Bring polarized glasses, waders & boots, as well as foul weather gear.
I like the Orvis Switch rods in 6-8wts with a switch nymphing line for steelhead. A spey rod in 6-9wt with a skagit head is key when swinging most of our rivers. For single hand rods I like a 10' 8wt with a nymphing line. We typically use 1" and bigger strike indicators and fish with a drag free drift presentation.
There are great hikes in our area on the north coast and birding can be especially good for birds of prey. Elk and deer roam freely through the coast range, so its not unusual to get some picture worthy footage before we even get to the river. In addition we also have a great in shore rock bass and ling cod fishery that can be a blast in between waves of anadromous fish.
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