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Old 08-21-2011, 09:06 PM
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At this time, I'm not sure if I can do a Deschutes trip before late October, but, that being said, Pine Tree to Heritage means floating the river, either by drift boat or raft, from a put-in on the Macks Canyon Access Road (a few miles north of the town of Maupin) and taking out at the mouth, where the Deschutes flows into the Columbia. Typically, it's two nights/three days on the river or three nights and four days on the river. You camp out on the river bank and choose your campsites to be located on good drifts. During the day, you float and fish (wading only) from one campsite to the next.

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