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Fishing Reports

    The Metolius River can be one of the better fisheries during October. Numbers of Bull Trout are increasing as the Kokanee and Bulls follow their way up the Metolius from Lake Billy Chinook. Streamer fishing for the Bulls can be high excitement! Bull Trout are predators and have no problem eating a 6 to 8 inch streamer. Eight weight rods and sink tips are ideal for chasing Bulls. We have a solid selection…

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October on the Lower Deschutes brings fantastic fishing opportunities. Steelhead are spread throughout the entire system and there have been numerous reports of anglers catching Steelhead between Warm Springs and Trout Creek. Due to the crazy rainstorms we had a few weeks back, the White River below Maupin is still spitting out some mud. The good news is anglers are still catching fish below the white. The visibility has improved significantly enough that floating lines…

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The river shot up quite a bit thanks to some serious rain over the weekend.  Color is off a little bit as well.  Look for flows to stabilize and/or drop fairly quickly.  That said, I’ve been on the river every day for the last week and today was the best day of the bunch…we had four steelhead to hand by lunch.  Just goes to show, you can’t catch a steelhead from the couch.  Decent numbers…

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    This week I was on the Crooked four days and saw some crazy bug diversity. There was a period in the afternoon where PMD’s, Bwo’s, Caddis, and Midges were floating down the river at the same time. Fish were rising absolutely everywhere. The interesting part of the deal was some of the fish were quite selective and stubborn. The Purple Haze for a Bwo imitation and the extended body Pmd were the flies…

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    Steelhead fishing down on the Lower Deschutes the last two weeks has been a blast! The days of wet wading are behind us and the pleasant fall days are ahead as the trees begin showing their fall colors. Overcast is on the radar for as long as I can see on the weather report which just means swinging all day long.. Early Fall is my favorite time of year to fish for steelhead…

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The time is now.  Steelhead are in the river from the Mouth all the way up to Warm Springs.  I just got home from a 4 day Pine Tree to the Mouth float with an outstanding couple from the Spokane area.  We endured some hurricane like winds, but had a blast anyway.  Jon set up a great camp and kept us fed like kings.  Nikki and Mark both landed their first steelhead ever plus a…

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Floated Warm Springs to Trout Creek this past weekend with our regular Jeld Wen monthly float and had a great day on the river. Nymphing mostly riffle water, the trout fishing was good on very small nymphs. Along with some nice sized trout there was 3 steelhead hooked and one landed! Hope that is a good indicator of the steelhead fishing for this season!

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   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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