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         Fly Fishing the John Day River in Oregon Carbone’s Fly Fishing offers guided flyfishing trips on the John Day River. Fly Fishing the John Day River  northeast of Bend Oregon for Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass is an excellent  and enjoyable way to experience Oregon  fishing as its best. On the John Day River we offer fishing trips catering to fly and spey fishing as well as light tackle and center pin fishing. Let Carbone’s Fishing guide you on your John Day Fishing trip! Smallmouth Bass & Steelhead Fly Fishing & Spey Fishing Light Tackle & Center Pin Fishing Professional & Courteous Guides Beginners to Experts Welcome Quality Camps & Meals Multiple-Day Trips Single Day Trips The Fishing Carbone’s offers Smallmouth Bass and Steelhead fishing trips on the John Day River in Oregon's High Desert to Fly and Spey Casters as well as light tackle  and center pin fishermen. The John Day boasts the largest spawning run of wild Steelhead remaining in the Columbia River drainage. These fish along with a mix of stray hatchery Steelhead from other rivers are in the John Day from October to early March. Fly Fishing for Steelhead on the John Day River can be very rewarding. All wild Steelhead must be released unharmed. The John Day River is considered by many to be one of the best fisheries for Smallmouth Bass in the country. Generally April through November are productive months for Smallmouth. The largest number of fish are typically caught in the summer. The early season can produce bigger Smallmouth Bass but conditions can be more challenging. Fly Fishing for Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass on the John Day River is very enjoyable. The River The John Day River originates within the snow packs of the Wallowa- Whitman and Malheur National Forests in North Central Oregon. The John Day River is the second longest undammed river in the West. It is free flowing for more than 280 miles. The John Day has abundant natural beauty, wildlife and cultural history to add to it’s great fishing experience. The John Day is a high desert river flowing through volcanic formed canyons and painted hills. Along with many basalt monoliths, wildlife, bird life, pioneer history, geology and great fishing are surrounding you. The Service Carbone’s Fly Fishing Guide Service has been offering fly fishing trips in Oregon since 1986. Our experience and attention to details gives us the confidence to offer you an enjoyable fishing trip on the John Day River. The John Day River offers the perfect setting for an exciting fishing trip for beginners as well as for the expert fisherman. We are happy to say that many of our guests have become life long friends Accommodations For your camping comfort on our multi-day trips we have a camp boat that proceeds the angling party down river to set up camp and to prepare meals. When guests arrive camp is set up and comfortable for your convenience. Camps offer tents with head room to stand up in and cots for your comfort. Dining is high quality and well prepared meals. With dinner and breakfast served in a comfortable and enclosed pavilion setting.   John Day Steelhead & Smallmouth Bass Trips 2017 Full Day trips with a minimum of two people is $260.00 per person Three day trips with a minimum of four people is $1,335.00 per person Four day trips with a minimum of four people is $1,780.00 per person                                                                      Reservation, Deposits & Refunds Policy  Early reservations allow us to operate more efficiently and to book the dates you desire.  A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to secure dates.   Full payment for the reserved party size is due thirty (30) days before the trip.     A valid Oregon Fishing License is mandatory as well as any required river permits.   Deposits and payments are non-refundable.   Trips proceed regardless of weather conditions.   Come join us on the John Day River! Rodger was born in Alaska where as a young boy he realized that the outdoors was the place to be. He is an experienced river and fishing guide. He has been a river guide on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, where he met his wife Audrey. They started their fishing guide service in 1986. Their attention to details will make your fishing trip a pleasure. Their years of experience as fishing guides, river boatmen, and hosts will insure your comfort, safety and enjoyment on your fishing trip.  
John Day River Fly Fishing
Carbone’s Fly Fishing Guide Service 541-416-9191
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Guides, Trips, Smallmouth Bass, Steelhead

Central Oregon
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 Let's Go Fishing! Rodger & Audrey Carbone  Phone (541) 416-9191 rodger@carbonesflyfishing.com
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John Day River Fly Fishing
Carbone’s Fly Fishing Guide Service 541-416-9191
John Day Smallmouth and Lady Angler John Day River and Driftboat John Day Steelhead John Day Canyon John Day Fall John Day Pictograph John Day Smallmouth and Happy Angler Smallmouth and Smiles John Day Smallmouth Bass John Day Smallmouth and Fly John Day Steelhead John Day Basalt Happy Anglers on the John Day John Day Fly Casting John Day Boating John Day River Sunset John Day Scenic John Day Camping John Day River Camping John Day Angler Rodger fishing John Day Wild flowers John Day Fly Casting Eureka Tent in camp Nice Bass Sunset on  the River

Guides, Trips, Smallmouth Bass, Steelhead

Central Oregon
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Fly Fishing the John Day River in Oregon Carbone’s Fly Fishing offers guided flyfishing trips on the John Day River. Fly Fishing the John Day River  northeast of Bend Oregon for Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass is an excellent  and enjoyable way to experience Oregon  fishing as its best. On the John Day River we offer fishing trips catering to fly and spey fishing as well as light tackle and center pin fishing. Let Carbone’s Fishing guide you on your John Day Fishing trip!
Smallmouth Bass & Steelhead Fly Fishing & Spey Fishing Light Tackle & Center Pin Fishing Professional & Courteous Guides Beginners to Experts Welcome Quality Camps & Meals Multiple-Day Trips Single Day Trips
The Fishing Carbone’s offers Smallmouth Bass and Steelhead fishing trips on the John Day River in Oregon's High Desert to Fly and Spey Casters as well as light tackle  and center pin fishermen. The John Day boasts the largest spawning run of wild Steelhead remaining in the Columbia River drainage. These fish along with a mix of stray hatchery Steelhead from other rivers are in the John Day from October to early March. Fly Fishing for Steelhead on the John Day River can be very rewarding. All wild Steelhead must be released unharmed. The John Day River is considered by many to be one of the best fisheries for Smallmouth Bass in the country. Generally April through November are productive months for Smallmouth. The largest number of fish are typically caught in the summer. The early season can produce bigger Smallmouth Bass but conditions can be more challenging. Fly Fishing for Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass on the John Day River is very enjoyable.
The River The John Day River originates within the snow packs of the Wallowa-Whitman and Malheur National Forests in North Central Oregon. The John Day River is the second longest undammed river in the West. It is free flowing for more than 280 miles. The John Day has abundant natural beauty, wildlife and cultural history to add to it’s great fishing experience. The John Day is a high desert river flowing through volcanic formed canyons and painted hills. Along with many basalt monoliths, wildlife, bird life, pioneer history, geology and great fishing are surrounding you. The Service Carbone’s Fly Fishing Guide Service has been offering fly fishing trips in Oregon since 1986. Our experience and attention to details gives us the confidence to offer you an enjoyable fishing trip on the John Day River. The John Day River offers the perfect setting for an exciting fishing trip for beginners as well as for the expert fisherman. We are happy to say that many of our guests have become life long friends.
Accommodations For your camping comfort on our multi-day trips we have a camp boat that proceeds the angling party down river to set up camp and to prepare meals. When guests arrive camp is set up and comfortable for your convenience. Camps offer tents with head room to stand up in and cots for your comfort. Dining is high quality and well prepared meals. With dinner and breakfast served in a comfortable and enclosed pavilion setting.
John Day Steelhead & Smallmouth Bass Trips 2017 Full Day trips with a minimum of two people is $260.00 per person Three day trips with a minimum of four people is $1,335.00 per person Four day trips with a minimum of four people is $1,780.00 per person
Reservation, Deposits & Refunds Policy  Early reservations are suggested. A 50% deposit is required to hold dates. Deposits and payments are non- refundable. Trips proceed regardless of weather conditions.  
Come join us on the John Day River! Rodger was born in Alaska where as a young boy he realized that the outdoors was the place to be. He is an experienced river and fishing guide. He has been a river guide on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, where he met his wife Audrey. They started their fishing guide service in 1986. Their attention to details will make your fishing trip a pleasure. Their years of experience as fishing guides, river boatmen, and hosts will insure your comfort, safety and enjoyment on your fishing trip. Let's Go Fishing!
Rodger & Audrey Carbone  Phone (541) 416-9191 rodger@carbonesflyfishing.com