PACIFIC CITY FLY FISHING
                             GUIDE SERVICE and FLY FISHING EQUIPMENT

​​​SOME GREAT FISH ENHANCEMENT GROUPS TO DONATE TO:

Nestucca Anglers

Tillamook Anglers

Monterey Bay Salmon & Trout Project: www:mbstp.org

                             PACIFIC CITY DORY BOAT & DRIFT BOAT TRIPS

   The Pacific City area is one of the best fly fishing locations in the United States.  This area has rivers, lakes, and the nearby ocean.  These waters all have excellent fishing during their seasons.

    We will start running ocean dory fly fishing trips for the summer in May, weather and surf permitting, for a variety of rockfish, and salmon when in season.  These trips will be fun for both advanced fly fishers and beginners.  Please try to email to book trips on the dory at least a month in advance to try and insure you will get a date.  The calendar is filling up, so get your reservation in as early as possible. 

    The dory is limited to four anglers max. (we prefer two to three) and we supply all the needed fly fishing equipment for the trip, - but you are welcome to bring your own fly tackle if you'd like.  

    Drift boat trips for salmon, steelhead, and trout, are usually run during the fall, winter, and spring time, and these all depend on weather, water conditions, and fish runs and numbers.   

    We work very hard to make all our trips both enjoyable and productive.

      

 

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 ​​FRESHWATER & TIDEWATER FISHING REPORTS


SUMMER-RUN STEELHEAD - 7/04/18 - Summer-run steelhead are still showing up in the Nestucca River.  Fish early at the mouth of Three Rivers for a shot at these chrome beauties.         


TOWN LAKE & HEBO LAKE - Planted Trout Reports - 7/04/18  ODFW made the last trout plants for the summer last month and the trout fishing is about over in local lakes.  


SPRING-RUN CHINOOK SALMON - 7/04/18  Spring-run chinooks are still showing in tidewater, the mouth of Three Rivers, and even up the river all the way to Beaver.   The season was off to a slow start with fish showing up in tidewater one day and gone the next day - and headed up river. 

    We've seen some good numbers rolling at times and 3 were even caught this morning at the boat Ramp Hole.  They're grabbing on some days, and not on other days (typical springers)!  The run will fizzle out by the end of July, so there's at least another week of fishing left!  

 


WE ARE PROUD TO BE HELPING OUT WITH:  PROJECT HEALING WATERS FLY FISHING            www.projecthealingwaters.org