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Fishing Reports

   It’s not over for fishing on the Lower Deschutes. The Maupin area consists of some great water for both Trout and Steelhead. January is late in the season for summer steelhead however, there are surely still some fish trickling into the Lower D. The fish aren’t all rotten tomatoes yet.  The water conditions on the Lower have stayed consistent along with this surprisingly warm weather. Crowds down there are practically non-existent giving you first…

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    The best part about the Upper Deschutes in town is the numerous places you can fish. All the parks, bridges, spillways, river trails, and recreation sites have fish. If you have the itch to fish and don’t have the time or money, take a look in our backyard. The Deschutes River has so many different characteristics and new places to explore. Think outside the box and sometimes the Deschutes river in town might…

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    The Metolius River has been fishing decent for Bull trout and Rainbows. Bull trout fishing on the Met can be a blast. If your a steelhead junkie who is all about the grab and the swing, Bulls will viciously eat a swung streamer. Bull trout are predators that have no problem going after flies or fish the same size. Switch rods or 7 to 8 weight single handers with a sink tip and…

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    Were into 2014 and the Crooked is still producing consistently. Guiding out there a few times last week, fishing was productive. Midges are coming off during the warmest parts of the day, making for some fun dry fly fishing. The Grifts Nat in size 22 was working well out there. Be observant and look for rise forms in the flats. The takes are so subtle. Some of these fish can be picky. Light…

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It’s just about time to call it a season on the Deschutes and start thinking about steel in coastal streams.  The upper reaches of the Lower Deschutes closes to all fishing at the end of the year, so now is the time to get in your last kicks.  There are still steelhead on the move, including some very nice late arriving wild fish.  Flows and water clarity are ideal for swinging flies.  I got home…

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The Deschutes steelhead season isn’t quite over yet.  I just got home from a three day float and the fishing was decent.  Fish are still moving around and there are quite a few late arriving wild fish plus strays from other river systems to keep you busy….probably Idaho fish that were originally bound for the Snake or Clearwater.  River flows are perfect and clarity is the best I’ve seen it all season–excellent for swinging flies. …

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Unless you have a snowmobile or strong legs and a pair of Cross Country skies, Hosmer is done for the year. It was a special season up there with an astonishing number of really good fish caught. The cutties and ‘bows were a pleasant surprise. 2014 should be all-time!

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The Grindstone Ranch is, simply put, an epic place. Epic in its remoteness, its beauty, its fish, its memories. Our 2013 season up there was everything we had hoped for, and then some! We can’t wait to host you and yours there in 2014. Come see for yourself.

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Our beloved Crane Prairie is closed till April 26. It was an epic season up there for the big ‘bows and Brookies. They will be there waiting as soon as the lake is open and ready. We look forward to having you out there for a memorable day in 2014!

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As of mid-week last week the Lower D had heated up. One of our guides had a five species day including two Steelhead landed (several others “got away”), four Bull Trout (up to 6-plus pounds!), many sturdy Redbands, and the obligatory Whitefish and Butterbellies. It is a egg scene down there now. The spey casters aren’t doing nearly as well as indicator nymphing. Anything with an egg: sucking leeches, hothead Stones, egg patterns. They all…

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