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Grande Ronde

Grande Ronde Trout Fishing Oregon

Grande Ronde Fishing

June - Grande Ronde Trout Fishing this is a 3 or 4 day deluxe camping trip fly fishing for Rainbow trout. It’s a 50 mile float beginning at Minim, which is approximately 30 miles from LaGrande, Oregon and ending in Troy, Oregon approximately 8 miles from the Oregon and Washington border. Our trip begins in the mountains at the confluence of the Minim and Wallowa Rivers at the very small town of Minim. The Grand Ronde is a beautiful free flowing river cutting it’s way through a deep canyon where it eventually flows into the Snake River.

grande ronde fishing

The canyon is timbered in fir and ponderosa pines enter spurts with large grassy meadows and flat benches that become our camp site’s. We begin our fishing day as we launch our drift boats and ready our rods at 9:00 am, as we drift the river your guide will steady the boat while you cast into the riffles and rocky shore lines where the trout lay and wait.

Grande Ronde Fishing Rates:

  • $1200. per person / 3 days ~ 2 nights
  • $1560. per person / 4 days ~ 3 nights

 

Please contact Tina to book your trip by phone 888-767-3144 or Email us.

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