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Communication issues

Please bear with us as we are changing over our phone and internet providers and getting things situated. In the mean time you can drop a line at Warfighteroutfitters@gmail.com

Pacific city dory fishing trips for april

Sign up quick and get your spot reserved as these trips are going fast. We will have one of these trips a month for at least the next 5 months and there is a waiting list feature if you don’t see any open seats when you register so if someone cancels you will be good to … Read more

Crab feed and Benefit auction March 16th

              That’s right, all you can eat crab, live auction, silent auction, and firearms raffles sponsored by Sportsmans warehouse. Warfighter pale ale will be on tap from three creeks brewery. All proceeds from this benefit and auction go directly to getting disabled Veterans on trips. We have no paid employees, … Read more

Winter operations images at Stephens Creek.

Going into our third year of work at the Stephens creek ranch at Yellowstone, our Warfighter alumni of disabled veterans will have accumulated thousands of individual hours of hard volunteer work into the new steel fences of this Bison operation. Alongside folks from Yellowstone forever and Arch Ventures, this project has been a labor of … Read more

Les Schwab supports Warfighter Outfitters in a huge way!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBKFaxzcwT4&w=560&h=315%5D Over the last couple months or so I have been in contact with the fine folks at Les Schwab tires headquartered here in central Oregon. Probably one of our biggest maintenance costs per year is tires and batteries. Our trucks and trailers put on some heavy miles every week transporting Veterans to and from … Read more

Video recap of the last 3 weeks of river trips

This last three weeks we fished over 90 disabled veterans and some of their guests out of our 24′ Jet sled on the lower Deschutes river for trout and steelhead. We supplied all the gear and food and gave Spey casting instruction to everyone that wanted to learn. You truly have to come out to see it … Read more