Chewaucan River Fly Fishing

The 3rd most popular fly fishing river in Oregon.

Southeast of Bend near Paisley, the Chewaucan River is one of the few remaining secrets in Oregon. This river is not well-known, but is very scenic for its forested sections and meadows. The headwaters are about 23 miles southwest up in the Fremont National Forest. The sections through the National Forest offer plenty of access. As the river approaches Paisley, there is a lot more private property restricting access.

It is known for its rainbow trout that are typically about 10 inches long, but can be found up to 16 inches long.

Overall, Chewaucan River is the 3rd most popular fly fishing river of all 22 fly fishing spots in Oregon.

MORE INFORMATION

Local Contact(s):  FNF (541) 947-3334; Oregon Tourism (800) 547-7842; Oregon Fish And Wildlife (541) 440-3353.

Recommended Book:  "Fly Fishing Guide To Oregon" from John Shewey

Recommended Map:  "Oregon River Map" from Frank Amoto

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/fremont-winema/

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Date Updated:  7/22/2016

ID:  20070

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