Home Waters Guide Service

Home Waters Guide Service can get you set up with guided trips on many of the beautiful rivers in and around Lane County, Oregon. In addition to local rivers, our trips now include the rivers within the Willamette National Forest.

Whether it be for steelhead or trout, single-hand or spey, Home Waters Guide Service welcomes all skill levels for an opportunity to get out on the water.

Home Waters Guide Service has a few days in June available. We should be able to accommodate most requests, but if you are looking to book a trip, get that day in the books early or there is a chance someone else will claim your spot!

Call the shop to book your trip. (541) 342-6691

  • Full Day (8 hours):
    • $550 for one or two persons;
    • Lunch, light snacks, and water provided;
    • All fishing gear provided (rods, reels, lines, flies);
    • All McKenzie River Floats available: Paradise Campground down river to Armitage Park.
  • Half Day (4 hours)
    • $450 for one or two persons;
    • Water provided, no lunch offered;
    • All fishing gear provided (rods, reels, lines, flies);
    • Lower McKenzie River only: Leaburg Dam to Armitage.
  • Trout Spey Trip (Full Day Only)
    • $550 for one or two anglers;
    • Lunch, light snacks, and water provided;
    • Trip designed for experienced Spey anglers;
    • All McKenzie River Floats available: Paradise Campground down river to Armitage Park.

 *All guided trips are subject to seasonal weather and river conditions. Availability of floats will vary based on these conditions. Call for more details (541) 342-6691.

Gift certificates are available.

 

 

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