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Incredible Fishing Resort!
Steamboat Inn is perched on a bluff with a commanding view of the North Umpqua River. These beautifully appointed accommodations overlooking the beautiful North Umpqua River make our unique inn an ideal romantic getaway for discovering the treasures of the area such as Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and beyond. Fishing at its most challenging, trails for hikers, and swimming are all within minutes of Steamboat Inn. Steamboat Inn is an excellent lodging facility for meetings, retreats and seminars. Small enough to provide a private and productive work environment and big enough to offer lovely accommodations and meeting space for groups up to 40. Nestled among the towering firs of the Umpqua National Forest, the Inn is located 38 scenic miles east of Roseburg, Oregon on Hwy 138 and is about two hours by car from airports at Eugene and Medford. Steamboat Inn is located in the middle of 31 miles of "fly-fishing only" water on the North Umpqua River. The river is famous as the home of some of the most challenging steelhead fishing in the world. The average North Umpqua steelhead weighs eight pounds, with an occasional fifteen pounder. You can fish the North Umpqua the year around for steelhead. Winter steelheading is much more weather dependent; the regulations call for barbless hook, artificial fly only and catch & release of all wild fish in the fly water. To most fly fishermen, the ultimate challenge is the steelhead, the wary and tenacious sea-going trout. Ernie Schwiebert called it "the unmistakable royalty of the Pacific Coast." Jack Hemingway called the water just upstream from Steamboat Inn "the greatest stretch of summer steelhead water in the United States." To Zane Grey, the swift water of the North Umpqua and the incredible fish it holds were a fable come to life and a cause for celebration. Call for viewing appointment and lunch or stay for a couple days.
Tim O'Neil 541-480-3682