Williamson and Rogue River Fly Fishing
Williamson and Rogue River Fly Fishing

Welcome To On The Fly Guide Service

On The Fly Guide Service is your ticket to Rogue River and Southern Oregon fly fishing adventure!
We are the premire Fly Fishing Guide Service for the Rogue River and waters in the Klamath Basin, including the Williamson River, Wood River, and Sprague River.
Click on the links above, or the pictures below to find out more about fly fishing for Wild Steelhead on the legendary Rogue, or chasing Trophy Trout in the Klamath Basin.
 We opperate out of both Medford and Klamath Falls Areas. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and get our latest fishing updates on our Fishing Blog.

Call Nate (541) 951-6952


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Rogue River FlyFishing

Come and Fly Fish the Rogue for its abundant Steelhead and Trout.



Williamson & Klamath Trout

Fly Fish Klamath Basin's Trophy Trout streams as the Williamson River, Wood River, And Sprague River.



Guide Services

We strive to put you on fish, and teach you the skills nessesary to present your fly to them!



The Finest Equipment

On the Fly Guide Service uses the top quality equipment to make your trip comfortablle and productive.



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Nate Bailey
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You all know about the Rogue Rivers reputation for steelhead fishing, but I'll bet you never thought about its potential as a Waterfowl Habitat. The Rogue, around Medford Oregon has many slews and back water timbered areas. These areas attract large numbers of migrating, Mallards, Widgeon, Wood Ducks, and other puddler ducks from the middle of November until the season closes late January. During this time of year the Rogue is also full of late summer, fall and winter run steelhead. Rogue River Winter Steelhead     With the addition of my new Lowe 1756 boat and 37efi Mud Buddy, I can now offer a new adventure apply named "Fin and Feather" trip. the trip starts with a run down the river,. we set the decoys in the back slew that the duck prefer that week, pop up the warm boat blind, have a warm breakfast and harvest ducks. Just imagine, producing your own wood duck flank feathers, and duck steaks. Once the ducks stop flying and the river warms to its highest temp for the day we pick up the decoys and hit several top producing steelhead runs. Please note the voice you hear is telling our dog Gunner to SIT Not the other word that sounds like it   This type of trip is a tradition among locals. For years, outdoorsmen have provided a Thanksgiving feast, or a Christmas dinner from the bounty the Rogue gave them. If you’re looking for a different adventure this is it. Rogue Teal
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