Our Central Oregon Home Waters:
Central Oregon’s World Class trophy rainbow trout fishery
Crane Prairie Reservoir provides one of the premiere trophy rainbow trout fly fisheries in the West.
Created by damming the Deschutes River in the 1920’s, her fertile, shallow waters grow native Redside rainbow trout to enormous proportions in short time. “Cranebows” are measured in pounds, not inches…
This is THE premiere trophy trout fishery every angler should try in Central Oregon.
Nestled in the Newberry Crater, East Lake provides an exciting fishery for several different species of fish including Brown trout, Rainbow trout, Atlantic Salmon, Brook trout and Kokanee.
Often the most popular fly fishing lake in Central Oregon, East is a great lake for any skilled angler looking for consistent rod bending action.
Once a proud trophy rainbow trout fishery, Davis Lake is now the place to chase Largemouth Bass with a fly.
Davis Largemouth grow fast and in large numbers.
Davis is the place to fish if catching bass on a fly is your goal.
Holding several different species of fish, Wickiup reservoir is most renowned for its dense population of Trophy Brown trout. Incredible numbers of large German Brown trout inhabit Wickiup’s vast waters as well as the largest Largemouth Bass in Central Oregon. She can definitely be fickle and moody at times but, given the right day, she is as good as it gets.
Bull trout heaven…There are only a handful of waters in the West where an angler can legally target fishing for Bulls.
If chasing large predatory fish gets you excited, this is your spot. Bulls eat like no other fish in Central Oregon.
Hosmer, Big and Little Lava Lakes provide plenty of fun for anglers of all ages. Lying at the feet of beautiful Mount Bachelor, these scenic bodies of water are perfect angler hideaways. Whether its Brookies or Rainbows, these lakes can provide any angler with ample catching opportunities….