Williamson River Fly Fishing

The 11th most popular fly fishing river in Oregon.

Northeast of Medford near Chiloquin, the Williamson River starts in the springs near Klamath Marsh and heads southwest through Chiloquin to Upper Klamath Lake. This 75 mile river is known for its huge rainbow trout, many of which are over 18 inches long. But these monsters are smart and can be difficult to land. Look for the red band rainbows which can be landed with nymphs.

The best section for fly fishing on the Williamson River is from the public launch site upstream of Water Wheel Campground back down to the campground. Since the river flows through a great deal of private property, you may want to try floating this one.

Overall, Williamson River is the 11th 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

Best Season:  Jun.-Oct.

Base Camp:  Water Wheel Campground, Chiloquin (541) 783-2738

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

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  8/16/2016

ID:  20072

 ACCESS FULL RIVER GUIDES

Our one-step registration gives you instant, unlimited access to all of our printable fly fishing guides in ALL regions worldwide.

For fly fishing the Williamson River in Oregon, our printable fly fishing guides offers river descriptions, maps, lodging suggestions, driving directions, levels of difficulty and points-of-contact.

SIGN-IN REGISTER