Welcome to Nestucca
River Outfitters (NRO), The Original Nestucca Valley
We are open from
6:00 A.M. until 5: P.M. & Till 4: Sunday Winter season ( Springer season
5.30AM to 5:00 PM Sun - Thurs. 5:30 AM - 6:00 Fri.- Sat.
) 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.
Come by the shop for details. Join before you catch the
1st place: $300.
shopping spree 2nd:
$150. & 3rd
Hats are in. Got our sweatshirts too.
We will run morning shuttles
FREE FISHING WEEKEND
BLACK FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Monday thru Saturday 6:AM to 5:PM
Sunday 6:AM to 4:PM
Deli Closes 1/2 hour before Closing, can
or call ahead
for hot orders to pick up
Before the kitchen Closes !
Visit Our Sunrise Deli
Come have our homemade breakfast's! We
make homemade items in our lunch line also
run ALL day!
We run shuttles everyday. Come in and bring a key or we
will discuss alternate ways to get your rig down where
it is waiting for you at the end of your trip. You'll be
able to quickly get in the river and start your trip. No
running double rigs and trying to find a parking spot.
Our experience has been going on 12 years. Bring some $
ones for parking in certain areas. We carry bait, tackle
etc. along with breakfast items or even sandwiches to
take. If you do come early morning before opening , we
do have a box outside the door. Fill out the envelope
with all info.
11/10/17 Bright ones coming
in. Some of the boats and bank fishermen. Hope
this continues as we are expecting rain all next week.
Starting to see a few early steelhead .Water has been
beautiful. Good Luck fishing and to those hunting!
10/28/17 Been a busy few
days after the storm and the water came up.
Nice to see some of you we haven't seen in awhile. Fish
are being caught anywhere from 1st bridge to Cloverdale.
Sand shrimp, eggs and tuna bellies are being used, as
well as lures and quickfish. Take outs have been very
full. Please park so others can fit in too, and be sure
to bring one's for the parking and access fees. Everyone
seems to be enjoying the weather and just being out on
the river! Have Fun!
10/04/17 Good day in
tidewater. One fellow had his limit mid
morning. I heard from several it was a good day.76
more recycled summer steelhead in addition to the 150
recycled last week. Hebo has 80 more stocked trout and
South lake and Town lakes have been stocked too.
09/23/2017 just a note
we just received a large shipment of the Simon 3 1/2
spinners made by Hawken fishing. I have never used them
but they seem like they are all the rage ,we have been
getting requests for them every day. Now we have them!
09/23/2017 Salmon fishing is
picking up dramatically. Tide water has been
hot for a few days, seems like bobber fishing and
spinner fishing have been pretty good. The pro guide
squid stingers have been darn hot, as has the
traditional blue tip Colorado spinner. The rains
definitely perked up the river .We have had a few
shuttles the last two days and ,by golly, they are
catching a few nice salmon.
09/19/17 Lots of rain! Fish
are moving. Fish should be moving up in
tidewater into the Woods area. Some will make into
the lower freshwater areas of the Nestucca. They will be
fish fish that have been waiting in tidewater. The rains
will soak into our dry ground and levels may not stay at
the height they are. Our first flushing pushes them up.
More rain to come will bring in the fresh fish.
Spinners, bait and jigs. Everyone has been waiting for
the rains that clean the air, calm the forests and bring
in fish! Our BIG FISH contest has been going on. Come
and sign up before you go out and catch. Good luck to
09/08/17 Had some rain.
Not enough to fill the river but it did refresh the air
and cool things down. Summer steelhead still being
caught in the river and a few salmon in tidewater.
Getting darker earlier? or is it hazy sky? Get ready!
Fall is here!
08/28/17 Fall fishing
started in tidewater. We are carrying sand shrimp,
tackle and great grab breakfasts as you head that way.
It is just starting and as we go through the month of
September it should get better. We have started the BIG
FISH contest. Enter before you get the big one! You have
5 chances to bring that one in! Details are at the shop.
It is a little early for the upper tidewater but we will
do shuttles from Cloverdale to Pacific City for those
wanting to look for Fall Chinook. There are those
fishing the Nestucca with bait and some with flies for
stealhead and trout. Any time Blue backs will be showing
up. We do need some rain eventually to move the fish up.
All will happen in good time. Good fishing to
07/20/17 A bit of rain to
make things fresh and cool. We are seeing more
summer steelhead being caught. Pontoons in the upper
river and a few boats anywhere from Farmers down. Good
time to check out the river and take notes on holes for
the coming fishing months when the water is higher. ODOT
has completed the restoration of bank protection at
Farmer Creek Wayside for now. Project for the re-do on
the bridge is not for several years yet.
07/07/17 Some late Spring
Chinook coming in. Chrome bright late ones! We
are seeing quite a bit of summer steelhead too. Fishing
for some has slowed down but those that are diligent
seem to pick up a few. Water is low and a good time to
check out the holes in the river for later fall and
winter fishing. Fish stealth with invisible line. Quite
a few have been using lures like blue fox,buds ect. The
flash in the river. Fish hold up in the riffles.
rental of Castle Rock Camp grounds go to: www.recreation.gov
Check trout stocking dates under
calendar events drop down. Family Fishing and Free
fishing weekend are also posted.
State game Officer Tip Line 800 452 7888
Deli IS OPEN!!
Updated photo of remodeled Shop