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Location
Umpqua River, Oregon
Dates
May-July
Species
Smallmouth Bass
Cost
$200 per angler/per day (singles, $250/day)
Difficulty
Easy - Moderate
Overview
Oregon’s Umpqua is one of the most striking rivers in the entire West, and offers some of the best smallmouth bass fishing in the country. There’s a reason anglers from throughout the U.S. and Canada come to experience this fishery every year.
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Detailed Description

Smallmouth Bass Fishing On Oregon's Umpqua River
Ever dream of catching and releasing over 100 smallmouth bass in a day? Perhaps, you're in search of fewer but larger fish? On this adventure, both are very doable.

Over the years we've fished smallmouth bass many times with this top-rated guide. He's an independent operation catering to small groups, families and anglers of all ability levers. He is 6th generation in the area and knows every inch of the water, extremely well. Because there is access to so much water bordered by private land, the fish catching opportunities are phenomenal and fishing pressure, very light.

The fishing starts once the sun comes up and temperatures rise, as that's when the bass become active. No matter how you want to fish for these smallmouth bass, be it on the fly, with diving plugs, surface plugs, plastic baits or more, the guide will accommodate your desires. He has all the latest gear and it's in top condition, but feel free to bring your own tackle, too.

This is a great family trip, as days on the water are relaxing and fun, leaving time and energy to explore many wonderful sites in the area. The alluring Oregon coast is only an hour's drive. For those looking to relax on a warm, sunny evening, there are vineyards within minutes of where you'll be.

Tag & License Costs
-$19.00 for a One Day license
-$34.50 for a Two Day license
-$50.50 for a Three Day license
-$38.00 for Resident Annual Angling license
-$97.50 for a Nonresident Annual Angling license
-$10.00 for Youth Angling license (12-17 years old)

Travel Planning
Anglers can fly into Eugene, Oregon, then rent a car for the one hour drive, south. Accommodations range from B&Bs to hotels in larger, nearby towns. Camping near the fishing location is also an option. If driving, you can bring your own tent, camper or trailer. There's a nearby RV park with RV hookups, too.




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