Crooked River Update 8/30/18

Fishing has been great on the Crooked, and we’ve seen increased opportunity to fish dries to hungry Redsides with the cooler weather we’ve had. There has been a good PMD hatch coming off mid-day, typically starting around 11-12 and lasting for a few hours. Fish have been looking up and Caddis activity through the evenings …

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Crooked River Update 8/17/18

The Crooked has remained a good option for finding fish consistently on these hot summer days. Nymphing is the best way to get into fish throughout the day, but there has been sporadic opportunity to fish dries. Typically there will be a Caddis hatch in the late evenings, with some PMD activity throughout the day. …

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Crooked River Update 7/25/18

The Crooked continues to fish as it has, with nymphing being the best bet for those looking to consistently get into fish. Midge patterns and small Mayfly nymphs have been productive as usual, with small stonefly patterns being a great lead fly to attract some attention as the water continues to color. The best time …

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Crooked River Update 7/18/18

The Crooked has continued to fish as it has been, with nymphing being the most productive method throughout the day, there has been opportunity to throw dries in the late afternoon and through the evening. Flows and water temperatures are good, and there are great numbers of fish in the Crooked as always. We prefer …

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Crooked River Update 7/11/18

Not much has changed on the Crooked, and nymphing has continued to produce good numbers of fish on a consistent basis. For those who’d prefer to fish dries there is good opportunity to throw mayfly attractor or spinner patterns in the late evening. As always a good mix of small-medium sized Rainbows and Whitefish provide …

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Crooked River Update 7/7/18

We’ve been seeing really good numbers of fish out on the Crooked. Nymphing has been the most consistent way to find fish throughout the day, with some opportunity to throw dries, particularly in the evening towards last light. Not much has changed as far as fly selection goes, we aren’t seeing the big numbers of …

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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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