Crooked Update 2/1/19

The warmer weather we’ve seen in the last week has provided for some pretty good fishing out on the Crooked. With the water as low as it is, any consistent bump in temperatures typically leads to increased fish activity. Nymphing with light indicators and a BWO or Midge pattern has been successful, just be sure …

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Crooked River Update 12/5/18

Fishing has been good on the Crooked, not much has changed since our last report. Flows have been steady and nymphing with Midge and Egg patterns has been the most consistent way to find fish. There is plenty of opportunity to fish dries, typically in the early afternoon or on overcast days. Fish can be …

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Crooked River Update 11/7/18

Flows have remained low and steady on the Crooked and colder days mean that we will likely see less insect activity and start to focus on tactics more characteristic of “winter fishing” in the coming weeks. BWO’s and Midges will be the primary food sources going forward, and a light nymph rig will become the …

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Crooked River Update 10/17/18

Flows have been slowly dropping, currently we’re sitting at 54 CFS and presentation will continue to increase in importance as flows continue to drop. Things have slowed a little from the non-stop dry fly action that resulted from the incredibly consistent BWO hatch and cloudy cool weather, but there are still plenty of fish looking …

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