Oregon Day and Overnight Bass Fishing Trips

Fishing Trips with experienced guides for Large Mouth and Small Mouth Bass in Oregon



Bass Fishing Trips
In addition to the trips listed here we also have guided bass fishing trips available on the Umpqua River in southern Oregon, the Snake River in eastern Oregon and at numerous locations throughout Washington.

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Oregon Smallmouth Bass


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Snake River Smallmouth Bass Trips


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Large Smallmouth Bass Oregon


Yakama River Bass Fishing



Grand Ronde River Smallmouth


Smallmouth bass fishing (April-October) best fishing is between June and October. Enjoy spectacular scenery accessed only by driftboat, while you cast bait or lures from the boat or riverbank. Lodging in town or on the River is available.

Grand Ronde River Smallmouth Bass 

The Grand Ronde drains Oregon's Blue, Wallowa and Elkhorn Mountains, enters Washington State some thirty miles from its juncture with the Snake, and winds through a rugged canyon whose steep walls rise three to four thousand feet above the river.




·        Smallmouth Bass fishing by drift boat

·        Meals

·        Soft Drinks

·        Top quality Lamiglas graphite rods.

·        Ambassadeur, Shimano, Daiwa, Sealine reels

·        All lures, lines, and bait.

·        Guide cleans your catch!!!

·        Life Jackets

·        Fun, adventure and excitement




Accommodations can be provided for multiple day fishing, hunting or sightseeing/historic tours.


Stay in town or upriver at a private lodge with bedrooms and showers for $90.00 to $200.00 per person, per night, including family-style meals (photo below).


Clean rustic ranch cabin with bedrooms and outdoor showers,

Grand Ronde Fishing Lodge

Tent camping in fair weather. Your tent will be provided, but you will need to bring your personal gear including a sleeping bag. Swim in the river, which is about 70 degrees in the summer. A list of gear to bring will be provided prior to the trip.


What to Expect:


Summer temperatures may vary from 70º - 100º+ in the daytime, and 60º - 85º at night. Fall fishing temperatures may vary from 35º in early morning to over 70º at midday. Winter temperatures generally range from 35º -55º from morning to midday.


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John Day River Bass Trips


A list of bed and breakfasts, motels, and RV parks will be sent to you if you plan to come to the area the night (or day or two) before your trip.


Breakfast will be waiting the morning of your trip; after which you will depart from a public or private put-in, depending upon the section to be fished and the time of year.

You will fish and enjoy the scenery all morning, and then take time for a Dutch-oven prepared lunch cooked right in your boat!

John Day River Smallmouth Bass


On to more fishing, and then a midday snack of Dutch-oven prepared cobbler.


More Fishing right up to take-out time. If it's a multi-day trip, you got it - more mouthwatering food! The camp is set up for you (all you had to bring was your own sleeping bag and air mattress).


Prices include: 

  • Full Country Breakfast
  • Hot Dutch Oven Lunch (Choose from: Pot Roast, Pork Roast, Chicken and Rice, Lasagna-Meat or Veggie, and others), Dutch-Oven Dessert, Dinner (on the overnight trips), Coffee and Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Finest Quality Equipment & Tackle, the Best Producing Lures
  • All BLM Fees
  • Full Day of Fishing
  • Deluxe Drift Boats with Infrared Heaters
  • Lots of pictures
  • Dry Bags, Tents, Camping Gear for Overnight Trips 
  • The Best John Day River Guide Team.

You Provide: 

  • Oregon Fishing License/Tags
  • Pop or Alcoholic Beverages, 
  • Hats, Sunscreen Sunglasses 
  • Appropriate Clothes (Dress in Layers of Warm Clothes in the Spring with a Rain Jacket on Top - Dress in Layers for the Summer with Sweat suits and Swimsuits or shorts). 
  • Sleeping Bags & Air Mattress for Overnight Trips
  • We can assist you in finding local lodging.

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Personalized Trips are our specialty. Just tell us what you want and let us design your trip.


Tell us what you want:

  • One day or multiple days on the river fishing for Smallmouth bass?
  • Would you like to add a little largemouth bass fishing to the itinerary?
  • How about Trout? Steelhead?
  • Bass and birds combo?
  • Predator Hunt
  • What's your preference for food (there will be lots of it!)?

(April) - Native Steelhead & Smallmouth Bass on the John Day River.

(May-August) - Smallmouth Bass On The John Day River