Wood River Fly Fishing

The 22nd most popular fly fishing river in Oregon.

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Northeast of Medford and north of Chiloquin, the Wood River is popular with fly fisherman for big brown trout. The headwaters of the Wood River start north of Chiloquin and flow south downstream to the Upper Klamath Lake.

While the brown are king, when fly fishing on the Wood River you can expect to also find native redband trout, brook trout and rainbow trout.

Overall, Wood River is the 22nd most popular fly fishing river of all 22 fly fishing spots in Oregon.


Local Contact(s):  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:  May-Oct

Reference Source:  click here http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/fishing/

Article Source:   Best Wood River Fly Fishing Review https://www.myriverguide.com/?id=22758

GPS:  42.641528, -121.879792

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  6/29/2016

ID:  22758

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