WILLAMETTE RIVER
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The McKinzie River

One of the most popular trout fisheries in the Pacific Northwest, The McKenzie River is a 90-mile tributary of the Willamette River, winding through acres of old-growth forest and farmland.

 

This watershed, well-known for its exceptional water quality is the only water source for the nearby cities of Eugene and Springfield and home to a variety of fish species including, native wild trout—rainbow, bull, and cutthroat trout—as well as wild spring Chinook.

A day on this beautiful river will not disappoint.

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