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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Fall River Update 2/1/19

Every winter is different on the Fall, and we’re happy to report that there are still good numbers of fish throughout the system. These fish have seen a great number of flies at this point and consistent success can be difficult to find. The best approach to fishing the Fall right now is to focus …

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Metolius Update 2/1/19

Access is still wide open on the Metolius, and while there has been a fair amount of pressure there is room for anglers to spread out. Whether you’re looking for Rainbows or Bulls nymphing is the most effective way to find fish right now. Big Stoneflies, October Caddis, and various Mayfly nymphs are all producing …

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Metolius Update 1/17/19

We are seeing some snow and colder temperatures throughout Central Oregon, but access on the Metolius has not been an issue and the roads have stayed pretty clear all the way to lower bridge. The river continues to fish well, especially for those focusing their efforts on nymphing. Golden Stones, October Caddis, and an assortment …

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Fall River Update 1/17/19

There are a lot of fish hanging around in the Fall right now, with plenty of large fish in the mix to keep things exciting. That being said, the fish have been in the system for a quite some time at this point and the fishing has been inconsistent. Fish are grouped together for the …

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Metolius Update 12/21/18

The consistent waters of the Metolius are not disappointing, and continue to provide excellent opportunity to find quality, native fish. Most of the precipitation up around Camp Sherman has been a mix of rain and snow, and there shouldn’t be too many issues with road access at this point, but of course that can change …

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Fall River Update 12/21/18

Small nymphs are continuing to get the job done on the Fall, and there are plenty of nice sized fish that are willing to eat a fly right now. The most productive way to find fish is with little Midge patterns below a small indicator or trailing in a light dry-dropper set-up. Little baetis nymphs …

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