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Catch Magazine Todd Moen and Brian O’Keefe have created an online fly fishing magazine illustrating the best fly fishing around the world.
Fly Water Travel We pride ourselves on being a trusted service provider for a vast and varied cast of passionate, well-informed travelers.
Roe Outfitters specializes in REAL Oregon Outdoor Adventures. This family owned and operated business has been offering guided adventures since 1984. Oregon native Darren Roe began sharing what he has learned and love for the Oregon Outdoors. Rest assured that when you experience Oregon with Roe Outfitters it’s the real thing. Real fishing, real hunting, real rafting and real fun. Stop by their full-service FlyWay Shop at the Running Y Resort for all your fly fishing needs, along with boat, canoe, and kayak rentals.
Fishing is fantastic in the Klamath Basin. A few minutes from Yamsi Ranch are the Wood River, Klamath Lake and the Sprague River. All of these locations offer unique fly fishing opportunities. Before or after your stay here, the waters of the lower Williamson are another option with our friends from Lonesome Duck.
Fly and Field Outfitters is the Oregon Fly Fishing authority. Purveyors of high quality Fly Fishing Equipment, they operate a Fly Fishing Guide Service, offering Guided Central Oregon Fly Fishing Trips. Trips take place on 4 different Oregon rivers and over 10 different Oregon lakes. Their friendly staff will help you make the most out of all Central Oregon Fly Fishing experience.
Deschutes Canyon Fly Shop Fly fishing gear and guided trips on the Deschutes.
Welcome to the Laughing River Productions, where fun and fly fishing come together.
Black Water Fish Replicas: When only the best will do, fish artist Luke Filmer is known for creating incredibly realistic fiberglass fish replicas and fish art sculptures. Luke Õs passion and knowledge of his subjects are clearly reflected in each fish sculpture. These are original paintings and considered fine art. These art pieces are multi-dimensional displays of salmon replicas, steel-head replicas, rainbow trout replicas, as well as large-mouth bass or saltwater fish replicas. Please note this is not fish taxidermy.
Enjoy bird watching, nature hikes, star gazing, trail rides, visit nearby Crater Lake, or the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges.
Fly Water Travel: We are a team of fly fishing travel experts exclusively dedicated to arranging trips to the world’s finest fishing destinations. We are experienced anglers and passionate travelers who are faithfully committed to making sure our customers have the best angling experience possible.
North Valley Hat Co: For Quality That Makes The Difference! “I make each hat as if it is the most important hat that I will ever make because it truly is. The quality of my work and satisfaction of every customer are most important and rewarding to me.” Master Hatter, Rodney Allison. Home of the original Buckaroo-T hat.
Duckworth Retrievers: Our Trained Labrador Retrievers come with an exceptional guarantee to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your Labrador Retriever. Specializing in retriever training using the gentle approach. Whether you are looking for a started dog, advanced hunting dog or a polished hunt test competitor, we have the right program for your dog. We are located in beautiful southern Oregon in Midland near the incomparable Tule Lake and Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuges, 6 miles from the California – Oregon border on highway 97.We have over 200,000 acres of training grounds both public and private that allow us to make your dog a true master hunter.
Hook Off is a new fish hook removal system specifically developed by environmentally sensitive anglers who practice “catch and release” fishing. The focus has been to make it the easiest, quickest and most effective and sensitive technique of releasing. Why Released Fish Die: The primary reason released fish die is stress. While the physical exertion involved in fighting is a leading cause, additional stress results from removing the fish from water. Stress creates an oxygen deficit in the fish’s internal organs and causes lactic acid to build up and diffuse into the blood. Lactic acid reduces the blood pH and even slight changes in pH disrupt the metabolic process which ultimately kills the fish. If the fish is kept in the water and quickly released with minimum handling, its blood pH usually returns to normal and the fish survives. In addition to stress caused by handling, the fish’s skin is coated with layers of slime which act as a protective coating against bacteria and pathogens. When a fish is touched by an angler (especially with dry hands) the integrity of the mucus is compromised and the fish often suffer a slow death. For more information
Bend Oregon Fly Fishing: Oregon Fly Fishing Trips available from Deep Canyon Outfitters. We are the only Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Expedition in Oregon State.
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