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Welcome to Nestucca River Outfitters (NRO), The Original Nestucca Valley Sporting Goods!

We are open from 6:00 A.M. until 4 P.M. ( Springer season  6.00AM to 6:00 PM ) seven days a week and we are located 20 minutes South of Tillamook at the junction of Hwy.101 and Hwy. 22  in the town of Hebo, Oregon.  Our location is central to all of the local bays and coastal rivers in Tillamook County and the surrounding area which includes Tillamook Bay, Nestucca bay, Nestucca River, Little Nestucca River , Trask, Kilchis, Siletz, Wilson,  Miami and Tillamook  rivers where some of Oregon's finest Chinook (King) salmon and steelhead fishing takes place.  We offer guided drift boat fishing trips utilizing fly fishing or bait and tackle techniques on all our local rivers daily with the top guides in the area.  We are able to accommodate large groups of 8 or more anglers with advance notice. We also offer guided half day Crabbing or sight seeing trips.  There are  a number of lakes in the area that are stocked with trout year round that make for fun fishing for kids and adults alike.








                                           Get ready! Trout season is coming!

                                  Check out the calendar page for Stocking schedules 

02/15/2015 Nestucca Just right. The big Nestucca dropped to 6.2 feet and many folks like the river at that level. Color is great just enough turbidity that 50 drift boats doesn't scare off the bite. Actually fishing was pretty decent today, not everyone found fish but most did. Several boaters hooked six or more steelhead. It's not great yet but it's headed that direction. As the river drops a little bit more, steelhead should start to hold up more in the traditional spots. My guess is fishing will just get better all week. Because of the lengthy duration of high water steelhead had a ample opportunity to get high up in the river. Blaine down is producing. As the water drops this week, steelhead will take longer to move and the mid river from 4th bridge to Three Rivers should see more target (fin clipped) fish.     

02/12/2015 Been a few days: Since we have seen any fishermen and rightly so! The Nestucca river is still high but on the drop. It's possible it will fish tomorrow. Continued rain events for several days kept the river over 9 feet and even then when it did start to drop water was being dumped from up river ,you could see the spikes on the graph. Yesterday the river finally went from brown to pea soup green, it should keep getting better over the next couple of days. The plunkers at the mouth of Three Rivers were catching steelhead. One fisherman related that he saw 10 fish on, one morning. You know what that means?  The winters are here! As soon as it gets fishable it should be prime time for the season to get under way. The folks at Cedar Creek Hatchery hole on Three Rivers have been seeing a few fish. Despite the high muddy water they still catch em there. Three Rivers this morning looks great, still a bit high but the color works for most fishermen.

02/06/15 I would imagine we will be shut down for a few days. The extended forecast call for continued rain with some heavy stuff on Monday. It may be well into next week before we see fishable water again. Three Rivers however isn't looking too bad. There were reports of fish there yesterday and I have already this morning had one steelhead in from there. These winter steelhead will take the opportunity to move in this higher water. Bank fishing in the upper river could prove productive. Remember just because the water is high doesn't mean the fish disappear. Different methods will still produce fish, even in high water. I'm not recommending a boat trip, but lots of folks have success plunking from the bank.




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                          Deli IS OPEN!! 

We have the Season passes for Cloverdale now here in the store. Good
through October 15th 2014 season ($25.00 Season $4.00 day)
This fee goes to keeping the access of this boat launch open as this is a
private access.
                           Updated photo of remodeled Shop




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