Crane Prairie Update 6/13/18

The Cascade Lakes are starting to come into their prime, and we’ve been having great fishing with the increased Damsel, Callibaetis, and terrestrial activity warmer weather has produced. This cooler weather that rolled in over the past weekend put a temporary pause on some of the action, but fishing this is the time of the …

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Cascade Lakes' Trout

East Lake Update 6/13/18

We’ve been getting nothing but good reports from East Lake in the past week, and it should be as good a time as ever to head south for East’s famously consistent Callibaetis hatch. The past week has brought about some of the first consistent bug activity we’ve seen, and the fish are hungry gorging themselves …

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Upper Deschutes Update 6/13/18

The Upper Deschutes has continued to fish well, and should remain steady with warmer weather in the forecast. It is a great time to target aggressive fish with stimulators and terrestrials, nymphing is the best method to find fish in deeper pools or along cutbanks. Water both above and below Crane has been producing some …

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Lower Deschutes Update 6/13/18

The big stoneflies are pretty much finished up on the lower Deschutes, and it’s time to look toward the other food sources that sustain fish through the summer. Caddis are really starting to become a staple food source, and both subsurface and dry patterns are producing fish. We have also been seeing an assortment of …

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Metolius Update 6/13/18

Now is a great time of year to be fishing the Metolius, and there is increasing opportunity to fish dry flies as we move towards summer. The big story this time of year is the Green Drakes. The strength of the hatch varies day to day, with overcast or drizzly days typically producing the best …

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June on Crane Prairie

June is one of our favorite months to be out on Crane and the fishing is really starting to heat up! We are starting to see good Damsel and Callibaetis activity, and while some days are still better than others our guides have been reporting great fishing for the most part. With the warmer weather …

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East Lake Oregon Catch

Hosmer Update 6/6/18

Hosmer has continued to fish well, and we’ve received reports that the lake has turned over and cleared up from an algae bloom in recent days. There is plenty of Damsels and Callibaetis starting to appear, and fish are really keying in on the Damsel Nymphs. The most consistent method for catching fish at the …

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Lower Deschutes Update 6/6/18

As the weather continues to warm and spring transitions to summer, we are seeing changes in bug activity on the Lower Deschutes. We are on the tail end of the Salmonfly hatch, and it is time to begin focusing on some of the smaller mayfly and caddis hatches that become more prevalent this time of …

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Fall River Update 6/6/18

There are plenty of fish in the Fall and it has been fishing well. The fish are fairly spread out, so don’t be afraid to do a little walking and cover water in search of less pressured fish. The usual strategies have been producing fish consistently, and most days there are opportunities to throw dries, …

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