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Fishing Reports

   All the reports that have been coming from Hosmer have been excellent. Fall can be the prime time to up there! Streamers and buggers can produce some awesome action for Brookies and Atlantic Salmon. Sometimes throwing crazy bright colored streamers and buggers can be beneficial for success. Floating lines and Intermediate sinking lines are perfect. There should still be some decent action for dries. Callibaetis, Caddis, and Damsels are the typical patterns for up…

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    Crane has been fishing average lately. Putting your time in for a few opportunities a day has been typical. Chironomids in the channels can produce. Stripping in leech patterns would not be a bad option. If your looking for Trophy Rainbows this is your place!

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   Both Lava Lakes can be one of the better options during the fall. Buggers and Chironomids have been the most productive. Intermediate and sinking lines with a leech imitations can be deadly. Look for points and depth changes to fish. Some good patterns are: Olv/blk Crystal Buggers, Hale Bopp Leech, Baby Buggers, Pheasant Tail, Ice Cream Cones, and Streamers.

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    East lake has been tapering off quite a bit. There are still Callibaetis around however the fish aren’t keying into them like it was a month ago. Expect a little window each day to fish the Dries and to be using a lot more sub-surface stuff. Stripping in buggers, wind drifting callibaetis nymphs, and Chirnomid fishing are all good alternatives. East should pick up a little bit when weather gets a little cooler…

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    The Upper Deschutes between Little Lava and Crane closes at the end of this month. Get up there before it closes for last call chances at the awesome Brookies that thrive in the Upper D. Little Caddis and Pmd’s have been working well for dries. Nymphing and throwing small streamers are your best chances for hooking into the bigger Brookies.     Town Water can be a fun outing especially when you are…

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    The Crooked river has been fishing fantastic. Mid-day Pmd’s have been coming off consistently. From Noon to Four expect some awesome dry fly action. Little Black Caddis have been in the mix as well. The extended body Pmd and Black Elk Hair Caddis in sz 16 to 18 has been the ticket. Nymphing the Winkers midge which is no surprise has been producing along with other small nymphs. Smaller the better! Size 18…

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    September can be an awesome time to be on the Metolius river. The bug diversity can be insane in September! Fall Green Drakes, Caddis, Pmd’s, Bwo’s, Mahogany Duns, Yellow Sally, and you get the point. Make sure to have a good selection of these bugs especially if the trout key into one particular. The best time to be out there for dry fly action would be during the warmest part of the day and…

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It’s September and the dog days of summer are now behind us.  With cooling air and water temperatures, the trout on the Deschutes are resuming their feeding binge.  Multiple species of caddis, including the big October caddis, are making a strong showing and trout are responding well.  The evening dry fly bite lately has been every bit as good as it was in July. As we get closer to October, expect catchable numbers of steelhead…

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Had mom and dad out to visit for this summer from San Antonio, TX. Had a great day out on the Crooked River with several nice rainbows caught both on dries and nymphs. Dryfly action was pretty good in the shaded areas from about 11am to about 2pm on both pmds and caddis. Most of the nymphing was with small midges in both black and red.

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Steelhead fishing has been consistently good from Macks to the Mouth.  I’ve been spending a fair amount of time down there over the last couple of weeks.  It does still seem like the biggest concentrations of steelhead are in the lower 15 miles of river, probably due to high numbers of strays dipping in from the Columbia to cool off.  Water clarity has improved greatly after the blow out we saw last week.  Fish counts…

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