Crooked River Update 6/13/18

The Caddis hatch, which has been providing excellent dry fly opportunity on the Crooked, has become a little less consistent with the cooler weather that moved into Central Oregon over the weekend. Warmer days are still bringing the bugs out and the fish are looking up and ready to eat, but dry fly opportunity is …

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Crooked River Updated 5/16

Flows on the crooked have remained steady, which means the fish are comfortable and actively feeding in the water we expect to see them in! Fish can be found in riffles, bouldery pocket water, and in deep slow slots and runs. We are in the midst of one of our favorite times of year on …

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Crooked River Update 5/9/18

The flows on the Crooked have continued to slowly rise. Now at 248 CFS, it is a great time to head East of town to find some rainbows. The higher but steady flows mean that fish are exactly where you’d expect them to be and they are eating. Focus on fishing the pockets around rocks …

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Crooked River Update

The flows on the Crooked have dropped to 220 CFS after a short bump to 240 a few days ago. Fish have settled into their standard holding water and are actively feeding with the steady flows. Conditions are perfect and there are plenty of wading opportunities to reach fish in all parts of the river. …

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Crooked River Update

The flows on the crooked have continued to climb, at 218 CFS it is a great time to head East of town to find some rainbows. The increase in water volume has opened up much of the structure not available to the fish during low winter flows, and there is a lot of good water …

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Crooked River update 4/18

The flows on the Crooked have stayed steady at 180 CFS since they increased in early April. Look for flows to continue to increase in coming weeks, and focus on fishing slow pockets and edges as the fish adjust to the higher levels. Attract fish by fishing slightly larger nymphs including copper johns, lightning bugs, …

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