Fly Fishing

Fishing With Rill Adventures

The Yakima River is known throughout the Pacific Northwest as one of the finest trout fisheries in the state of Washington. Only 2 hours from the Seattle area it has become a destination day trip for many anglers. 

We fish from rafts that accommodate two anglers on a guided trip or 3 if you’re only renting equipment.

Book now to ensure your line will be wet when the next hatch is on!

Which Sections We Fish

Cle Elum to the green bridge. Fish this 12.2 mile section of the Yakima River for trophy Rainbow and Cutthroat trout.  Full and half day trips available.

Lower Yakima river canyon:  Fish from 6 to 16 miles of Washington’s finest and most challenging trout waters.  Full and half day trips available.

Most Fishermen prefer to get in at the Cle Elum Boat Launch and get out at the Green Bridge.

Reservations made within 48 hours of departure must be made at (509) 964-2530


Guided Fly Fishing Tours

On a guided fly fishing tour, you will be steered downriver by a knowledgeable local guide. We provide the boat with a fishing frame, the Guide, Rods and Reels, as well as all terminal tackle. We provide a lunch upon request.

Book a guided fly fishing trip today, and let us take care of all the heavy lifting.

Fly Fishing Equipment Rental

An Equipment rental comes with a 14 foot raft and a frame that accommodates 3 people. It also includes a shuttle.

When you just book a rental, one person in your party will row while the other 2 fish.

Yakima River History

With year-round access and amazing hatches, the Yakima is Washington’s only Blue Ribbon trout stream and anglers can expect to catch Rainbow and Cutthroat trout. In the early 90s catch and release, regulations were implemented on the river to help strengthen the local rainbow trout population. The regulations have ensured the trout population’s survival and proliferation. The Yakima is quickly becoming world-known and loved by anyone who fishes her waters.

Abundant rainbows average 12 to 14 inches and reach up to 20. Cutthroats, browns, and an occasional brookie can also be caught.

Dams, reservoirs, and irrigation projects ensure that there is plenty of water for year-round fishing as well as almost continuous insect hatches. The abundance of water has encouraged large hatches of stoneflies, caddisflies, and mayflies throughout the summer months and many other smaller insects year-round. With amazing views, abundant wildlife, and unbelievable hatches the Yakima should be on your list of rivers to fish.

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