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One of my objectives for our recent trip to Oregon and Washington was to get in some fly fishing for trout. Due to other factors, we'd left in a hurry and I forgot to load my "Trout fishing in xxx" books into the motorhome. I scoured a few book stores and tackle shops in Oregon before finding what I needed.

One of the most useful books I bought was Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide from Frank Amato Publications. It measures 15" x 11", about the size of your typical road atlas. It contains, among other things:

  • Detailed river maps with clearly identified access points and drift boat launch/landing areas.
  • Stream conditions.
  • Limited number of photos.
  • Fish species, best gear, fishing techniques, seasonal variations and average hookups per year, separated for bait and fly fishing.
  • Hatch information and fly patterns for the fly fisher.
  • Local services such as motels, RV parks and tackle shops.

Well worth the money and very useful.
 
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