Excellent! More of similar please :)
I nominate the North Fork of the Umpqua River, above and below the confluence of its tributary Steamboat Creek.A ways upstream on Steamboat Creek, this time of year one find large pools filled with steelhead waiting for the fall rains to raise stream levels enough for them to get further upstream and finish their spawning. There are people who camp near these pools to discourage poachers.I haven't kept track this year but the general lack of water may have prevented the Steamboat phenomenon.John Puma
John: As it happens, I also went on a vacation and stayed in a cabin on the North Fork of the Umpqua River, in 2013. About 10 miles past Roseburg. It is indeed a beautiful river, stunning even in places. I'll find an excuse to post some pictures.
South Fork Umpqua ain't bad either.
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