If you are an avid angler, you will be pleased to know that Sisters, a town in central Oregon, and its surrounding areas offer some excellent fishing opportunities. Here are some of the top spots:

1.   Metolius River – Known for its clear water and large population of rainbow, brown, and bull trout, this river is a popular fly-fish destination.

2.   Whychus Creek – This stream is home to native redband trout and is a great spot for fly fishing. It runs through the town of Sisters.

3.   Three Creeks Lake – Located in the Deschutes National Forest, is stocked with rainbow trout and is a popular spot for camping as well.

4.   Fall River – Just a short drive out of Sisters this spring-fed river is home to rainbow and brown trout and offers year-round fishing opportunities.

5.   Crooked River – A bit further from town, the large population of rainbow and brown trout makes the trip to this river worth it.

6.   Lake Billy Chinook – Just an hour away this large loch is known for its populations of kokanee salmon, as well as smallmouth and largemouth bass.

7.   Prineville Reservoir – Further out this large reservoir is a famous spot for boating and fishing due to big populations of crappie, bluegill, and bass.

8.   Davis Lake – After a 30-minute drive from Sisters, you find Davis Lake stocked with rainbow and brown trout. It is a good spot for camping also.

Doesn’t matter if you prefer fly fishing or spin casting, the town of Sisters and the areas close by will have a spot that suits your needs. Make sure to obtain a valid fishing license before heading out and follow all regulations and guidelines to ensure a safe and successful trip.

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