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Metolius River Fly Fishing Report

The Metolius is as spectacular a river as one can imagine existing in the Pacific Northwest. Emanating from 2 clusters of springs near the base of Black Butte, the river winds some 28.6 miles through the Deschutes National Forest, until it empties into Lake Billy Chinook and ultimately the Deschutes River. Designated in 1988, as…
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By: Tye Krueger

Upper Deschutes River — Fly Fishing Report

The Upper Deschutes River starts its journey as a narrow stream exiting the southwest corner of Little Lava Lake.  In the shadow of Mount Bachelor, the Upper Deschutes continues roughly 7 miles southward until it enters the north end of Crane Prairie reservoir.  Although generally in the 6-9 inch range, anglers can enjoy the fantastic…
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By: Jason Halsey

Middle Deschutes River — Fly Fishing Report

Beginning at the base of Benham Falls, this section of the Deschutes travels north through the town of Bend, through Redmond, Terrebonne, and then all the way to Lake Billy Chinook. Anglers can expect to encounter everything from smooth meandering flows over sandy bottom, to rolling whitewater characteristic of steep elevation drops in this year ‘round…
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By: Jason Halsey

Lower Deschutes River — Fly Fishing Report

The Deschutes is a desert river flowing north through deep, rugged canyons and has some of the biggest trout water that an angler will ever see.  High-side drift boats or inflatable rafts help anglers easily cover large stretches water, but numerous class III and IV rapids make the Deschutes appropriate for experienced whitewater boaters only.…
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By: Jason Halsey