North central Oregon's John Day River exists in a world apart. Undammed and free from hatchery influence, it and its summer-run steelhead are emblemmatic of wilder times in the western U.S. That both exist today in relatively pristine condition the John Day is said to have the healthiest wild steelhead population of all Columbia tributaries is miraculous. That a trip such as this well-run, four-day float-and-camp is available is truly fortunate. • • • Great fly water, aggressive fish, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenary make for a great wilderness experience.
Target river: John Day River
Group size: 6 anglers, including host; 2 anglers per guide
2016 rate: 1800 USD
Includes: 4 days guided fishing, 3 nights in river camp, great meals
Additional costs: Round trip transportation to Condon OR, hotel accommodations (as required), licensing, gratuities, alcoholic beverages
1) Payments made by personal check, cashier's check, or money order in US dollars are preferred.
2) Credit card and wire transfer payments are available on request. Additional fees may apply.