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Fishing Reports

East lake currently is good to go for accessibility and fishing access. The resort is still closed and should open later this month. Fishing East early in the season can be fantastic. Retrieving buggers and leeches on sinking or intermediate sinking lines can be the ticket. Chironomids can also be an awesome technique. Watch the shallows for cruising rainbows and browns.

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The Crooked River is at 222cfs and has been for the last four days. This is good news on a fishing standpoint. Fish should be well adapted now to this current flow and back to the daily routine of feeding on bugs. Pmd’s should be showing up anytime along with some Mother’s Day Caddis. Bwo’s are still popping off on the cloudy days still. The Crooked River can have epic hatches throughout the spring and…

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The Upper Deschutes from Benham Falls downstream throughout town has been fishing well. A few salmonflies have been seen around the banks. Nymphing stonefly nymphs and small droppers continues to produce. Streamer fishing along the banks is also another great option. Salmonflies should continue to increase. The big bugs move fast on the Upper Deschutes so take advantage of the opportunity when you see them out and about.

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The Metolius River is about to explode bug wise. Green Drakes are soon to come which can make for some of the best dry fly opportuities on the Metolius River. Caddis, Pmd’s, Bwo’s, and rusty spinners are also around. Look to fish the Metolius from around noon on into the later evening. Cloudy days are the best days to be out there as mayfly activity increases. Have a wide variety of different bugs including stonefly…

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Unfortunately, many of us suffered long, cold days through the Central Oregon winter only to land a fish or two if we were lucky. As many of you know, the clear beautiful Fall River has been suffering with fish counts. Some claim that there has been a river otter issue, while others believe it has been fished out. Fortunately, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife(ODFW) has begun their spring stocking of the Fall River. Between April…

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     It is unbelievable how much recognition these big bugs get. Salmon flies are the game changer here in Central Oregon! There is nothing like the big bug smacking the water and seeing a large redside destroy your fly. That time is here and the BIG BUGS are increasing day by day. Reports of salmonfly action below whitehorse has been consistent and bugs have already been spotted from Warm Springs to Trout Creek. The weather this…

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The LD has fished great and should continue to fish great over the next week or so. The big bugs are still out and you do have time to catch this hatch. Even with higher water, things have been great on top. The grassy banks and tree lined shores are the places to be. Guided trips this last week reported dry fly action all day. No need to step into those heavy riffles right now,…

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The Crooked has been fishing great lately.  Here are some pics taken in the last few days on the Crooked.  Tight Lines y’all.

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The Metolius is just one of those places where sometimes you can never predict what will happen. The other day I was fortunate

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The Lower Deschutes water level is currently on the high side. If you venture out there look to fish close in near the banks. Hatches of Bwo’s, Midges, and Caddis are to be expected. Nymphing a stonefly nymph with a mayfly dropper should do the job. Stonefly’s should be moving

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