McKenzie River fishing guide and Rogue River
steelhead fishing guide specialist
My new book has just hit the stores, and it’s a fun read. Guaranteed. You can order the book directly from me. I would be happy to sign it and enclose one of my signature wet flies tied by me personally. In writing book this, I have kicked the hornet’s nest. Some controversy. Yes, it has info about flies, techniques, and where the fish are. But, I address issues of crowding, strategic planning, biases, and a “guerilla” approach to catching steelhead in a competitive environment. Amato Publishing did a great job of design, layout, and photo reproduction. The book contains more than 200 photos. Very interesting and different, I think. Hardcover: $45 Softbound: $29.95 Mailing: Add $5, mainland USA only. Check or money orders. I cannot process credit or debit cards. Thanks.
Michael Gorman 330 NW Autumn Place Corvallis, OR 97330(phone: 541.207.4000)
Fly fishing and
Oregon: a great combination. An abundance of fishable waters combined with
a mild year-round climate
in the coastal western
one third of the state, enables a variety of angling possibilities even through
the dead of winter. Salmon, steelhead and trout are the most highly-prized
quarry in our state.
And, yes, the wary steelhead and salmon can be caught fly fishing, even by the
willing beginner, accompanied by a skilled teacher/fly fishing guide.
Take a mini fishing tour as you peruse our pages. You may find an
fly fishing trip with a
licensed fly fishing guide on the McKenzie River, Siletz, Rogue, or North or
South Santiam Rivers serves you well this season. January through
March our focus is on the Siletz River steelhead fly fishing trip.
to view a Siletz River steelhead photo or two.
Michael Gorman, fly fishing guide and teacher
Michael Gorman, founder of
Fly Fishing Tours, Inc., has been guiding and teaching effective
fly fishing skills for more than 20 years. His angling knowledge and
skills have been honed in New Zealand, Ireland, Christmas Island, the Bahamas,
Florida, Alaska, British Columbia, and all over the Western United States,
including Oregon's world-famous Deschutes, Rogue River, McKenzie River, and North Umpqua
Rivers. He owned and operated his own retail fly fishing shop in
Corvallis, OR for many years, also being the head fishing guide. Michael
continues, still, as an Oregon fishing
throughout the calendar year, in addition to teaching credit PAC fishing classes
at Oregon State University, where he has
done so for the last 18 years.
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