Welcome to Deschutes River Tours – Oregon Fly Fishing Guides
An uncommon experience for fly fishermen and nature lovers on one of America’s most beautiful trout streams – The Deschutes River in Central Oregon High Desert.
Deschutes River Fly Fishing – Steelhead – Rainbow Trout
Riviere des Chutes (River of the Falls)
The Deschutes River begins its journey at Little Lava Lake in Oregon’s Cascade Mountains.
It flows north to the Columbia River for 240 miles, and is typically broken into three sections – upper, middle and lower. The community of Bend, Oregon, is located at the end of the upper section and the beginning of the middle Deschutes.
Each section of the Deschutes River has its own, unique fishing opportunities.
The upper Deschutes fishery consists of mainly brown, brook trout and the native Redside rainbow trout. The middle Deschutes, flowing north of Bend, boasts populations of brown trout and resident rainbows.
The Deschutes River’s lower section, flowing from Pelton Dam to the Columbia River, is Oregon’s premiere fishery. The lower river has world-class fishing for native Redside rainbows as well as a steelhead.
Renton’s River Adventures provides a full-service flyfishing adventure on the lower Deschutes River that is perfect for families wanting to experience fun with a flyrod.
We are uniquely capable of sharing the river with your family because we have spent years sharing the Deschutes River as a family. David and Debbie raised their children in Bend, and to Dillon and Knut, the Deschutes River is their home.
Attention to detail is the key to success when outfitting larger groups. Renton’s River Adventures sweats all the small details to provide corporate groups the reliability and consistency needed to make these trip memorable.
Central Oregon is easily accessible for corporate groups, with an airport located in Redmond, just north of Bend. Shuttle transportation for larger groups can be arranged to and from the river.
We have dedicated our fly fishing guide service and our personal lives to preserving the quality of the Deschutes River and to sharing the river’s rich pleasures with our guide service clients and friends.