deschutes River

A world-renowned fishery for Steelhead and Wild Trout

the deschutes

Join us on either a three or four day Wild and Scenic Deschutes River Fly Fishing Adventure. Fish and float 35 miles of the renowned Deschutes River Canyon in comfort and style, after a long day fishing expect the camp to already be set up and fluffed awaiting your arrival. Spacious tents, Cots and sleeping pads are provided and will be set up and taken down daily. A spacious and cozy wall tent compete with table and chairs provides a spectacular riverside dining ambiance as well as protection form the outside elements. Wade fishing is the name of the game on the Deschutes, as fishing from the boat is illegal so bring your waders and a sturdy wading staff for this superb dry fly destination. 

Deschutes River Trips are Run By WRS LLC - Call 503-449-4886 to book a trip


  • Multi Day Fly Fishing Adventures for Steelhead and Native Redside Trout 
  • 3 & 4 Day Wild and Scenic River Trips 
  • Dry Fly Fishing for Native ‘Redside’ Rainbow Trout and Summer Steelhead 
  • Salmonflies, Golden Stone Flies, Caddis Flies, PMD’s, Green Drakes 
  • Year Round Tailwater Trout Fishery 
  • Deluxe Riverside Camp with picturesque surroundings 
  • Gourmet Riverside Meals healthy portions prepared fresh and ready to serve  
  • Professional and Experienced Outfitter and Guides 
  • Leave No Trace Camping   

  • Deschutes Redside

  • Redside on dry fly

  • camping at it's finest

2024 pricing

3 day Deschutes River Fly fishing Adventure - $1,800 per angler (minimum of 4)
4 Day Deschutes River Fly Fishing Adventure -  $2,400 Per Angler (Minimum Of 4)


Profesional Guides, Delicious Meals and non alcoholic beverages with Breakfast lunch and dinner, comfortable and spacious Tents, Cots, and sleeping pads, a well outfitted camp kitchen including a dining tent, tables and chairs, all fishing flies, leader and tippet, rods and reels upon request, dry bags and all the necessary permits to float the river. 

Not Included

A valid Oregon Fishing License, Waders, Wading Boots and a wading Staff, Sleeping bag, clothing and personal toiletries, Beer and or Liquor and Mixers, Gratuity for the guides at the end of the trip (typically 15-20% of trip cost) 

camp accommodations

At camp on our multi-day river adventures 6 man Eureka Outfitter tents are supplied with 2 Camp Time Roll a Cot’s and thermarest sleeping pads assembled and ready for your arrival at camp on each night of your trip. In the Kitchen you will find all the necessary equipment for providing delicious riverside cuisine with meals prepared in dutch ovens and over an open fire served in the comforts of a spacious Canvas Wall Tent. A long dining table and chairs complete with place settings for everyone on the trip encourages conversation as clients and guides sit together to enjoy the meals served family style. Meals are served 3 times a day, using as fresh and local of ingredients as we can find to provide our clients with the best riverside camp food in the industry. 

Sample Itinerary: 4 day Deschutes River Trip 

(Specific times will vary with season and location) 

Day 1: 

8:30am- Trout Creek Recreation Area (Google Maps) link 

If you choose to stay the night before the trip here are a few recommendations for lodging and food options: 

 -Maupin, Oregon 

Lodging: Imperial River Company # 

Dining: The Riverside 

 -Madras, Oregon 

Lodging: Inn at Cross Keys Station

Dining: Lots of options to choose from, but I recommend Mexican Food

-Dry Bags are provided for your camp gear (sleeping bag, pillow, extra clothing etc.) 

-Meet the guides and a quick River Orientation 

9am - Gone Fishing (covering a total of approximately 10 river miles per day) 

1pm - Riverside Lunch Buffet 

2pm - Gone Fishing 

7ish - Arrive at Camp for Appetizers and Happy Hour or continue fishing as the guides prepare the evenings meal 

8pm - Dinner and Desert 

10pm - Zip the door of your tent closed and lay down for a good nights rest on the comfortable 
camp time cot, or haul it outside the tent to sleep under the stars. 

Day 2 & 3

8am -  Breakfast and break down camp 

9am - Gone Fishing 

1pm - Riverside Lunch 

2pm - Gone Fishing 

7ish -  Arrive at camp for appetizers and happy hour 

8pm - Dinner and Desert 

Day 4 

8am - Breakfast and break down camp 

9am - Gone Fishing 

2pm - Riverside Lunch 

3pm - Arrive at Harpham Flat Boat Ramp (google Map) link 

At the end of the trip your vehicles will be waiting for you at Harpham Flat if you had them shuttled. If not and you will need transportation to and form the river that can be arranged through Cascade Shuttle Service. Maupin is a short 2 hour drive to the Portland International Airport or 1.5 hours to the Redmond/Bend International Airport.