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Fishing Reports

Quick update from Scott in the field: With the warmer water temps and algae bloom fishing in the channels has been very effective. Lots of cookie cutter size fish in the channel. Fish 14 feet of water with a size 16 red two-bit hooker and a size 18 dark assassin has been producing.

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Update from the field from our guides: East Lake is fishing well fishing with a dry Cali with a dropper under. Cali cripple with a sz 18 Dark Assasin.  Nymphing with a sz 16 pheasant tail with a red wire wrap black Chironomid produces. Also, stripping buggers still produces nice trout off the banks and in deep water. Lastly, terrestrial still working on the north side of the lake and cinder hill other than that…

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We have fish in the river! For now… The Fall River has been fishing great over the past few days. We are seeing a great PMD hatch in the late morning and late afternoon. Fish are looking up to purple haze, midges, and parachute adams. If you are nymphing out there, fish with pheasant tails, purple/red zebra midges, anatomays, red copper johns, and two bit hookers. We are fishing small as we can get on…

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Fishing is definitely getting better on the Upper Deschutes. After a rough spring, we are happy to be up there getting into more fish. With lake water temps rising, fish are starting to push back into the river. So, fish are not as scarce as they were earlier this year. Still a strong nymph game on the Upper Deschutes. We have been fishing red copper johns (sz 16-20), copper copper johns (sz 14-18), Flashback Pheasant tails (sz 14-20),…

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The warm weather we have been getting has done wonders for the caddis fishing. The fish are staging into their feeding zones for caddis. We have had a few days of solely dry fly fishing! Loading up with X-caddis (tan/olive, 16-18), elk hair caddis (tan/olive, 16-18), and Spent Caddis (size 16-18) will cover your bases. Casting to sipping fish will be your best bet. These fish tend to not move as much for caddis flies…

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The surface temps on Crane are starting to heat up. This means that fish will start moving into the channels as the days continue to get warmer. Fishing has still been great. Fish are keyed into callibaetis nymphs and damsels. The algae bloom is starting to take off and we expect it to get even worse as the air temp increases. Fishing a dry dropper can be very effective right now. Our dry is not…

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The fishing has been decent on the Crooked River. We are finding some very nice whitefish and a handful of decent trout. Our guides have been getting decent numbers for small trout with a few nice fish mixed in there. Unfortunately, there has not been much of a hatch or many rising fish, so we are continuing to nymph. The weekend crowds have been pretty bad. There is a good number of kayakers still floating…

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As usual, the first 100 degree day down there blew the place up. Rarely have I seen so many good fish in the eddy water splashing at the little “tent wings”. The fire, winds and slightly cooler temps slowed things a little, but today (6/27) was another good one. The only downside to the hatch getting going is that the fish are a little less likely to eat nymphs for the next week or so….

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Crane was good last week. Water temps cooled with the cold front. Slowed the damsels.  Big cali hatch in the mid morning. Red PT and assassin under indicator set  about half way to the bottom. Midges in the morning. #16 and 18 black and red zebra.

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The beetle fishing has still been great! When the fish turn on, they turn on. We have been having some epic days on East Lake with high numbers of fish. If you are not fishing a dry terrestrial, switch over to under the indicator. Fishing with callibaetis nymphs, dark assassins,  red pheasant tails, and gillie midges. Stripping buggers and leeches, especially near structure, can be effective. It still has been pretty cold up at East…

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