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Fishing Eastern Oregon with Helfrich River Adventures
Fishing Trips on the Eastern Oregon Rivers are run when their height is favorable. This is generally in the Spring and
Fall.

Equipment
The classic high-rise rocker bottom McKenzie drift boats we use have been improved upon over the past 80 years for use on this famous river. Not only can they run whitewater, but in the hands of our able guides these stable boats can quietly and precisely maneuver into the smallest nooks and crannies to find the allusive big ones.

Each drift boat carries 3 people, 2 fly fisherman and 1 guide.

Top quality equipment is supplied by us, but in the event that you have a lucky rod or certain setup that you prefer we encourage all fisherman to bring along their favorite equipment, whether it's fly or spinning gear.

We will schedule all our trips for the times that work for our guests. If you want to fish late or early that's fine with us, but we will always give our suggestions for best results.

Don't forget to bring the essentials such as rain gear, an Oregon fishing license, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen and beverages.

About Our Guides
Our River Guides are all friendly, full-time professionals with years of river experience. They graciously share their local area knowledge with our clients, providing local background and historical information of the river. Not only are our guides knowledgeable and friendly but also some of the greatest oarsman and fisherman the area has to offer.

Trip Length
Three Day - Two Night
Four Day - Three Night

Rates
Three-day, two-night trip:
E-mail for current pricing
Four-day, three-night trip:
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  A nice catch on a father/son fishing trip down the Eastern Oregon.
A nice catch on a father/son fishing trip down the Eastern Oregon.

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Deschutes
The Deschutes has fairly constant water levels all year, so whether you get out for a spring, midsummer or fall float you can count on a great trip.

The Grande Ronde
The Grande Ronde descends through one of the deepest & most beautiful canyons in the US, creating moderate Class II rapids perfect for the novice - intermediate.

Owyhee River
One of the most spectacular rafting experiences in the Northwest is on Oregon's Owyhee (pronounced Oh-Y-He) River. The best time of the year to float this incredible river is between mid-March & early June.

John Day River
The John Day is the second-longest undammed river in the continental U.S. with peak water flow between May & June. Mostly Class II rapids makes a trip down the John Day perfect for families or anyone seeking a relaxed, yet still thrilling rafting trip.

Packing List
Suggested Personal Equipment List

   
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