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McKenzie River

Nymphs will likely be the only reliable fishing method for the rest of the year. Start with a Possie Bugger or stonefly nymph and follow it with a worm pattern, egg pattern, size 18-22 midge, or size 16-20 mayfly nymph. Our favorites are the Pheasant Tail, Juju Baetis, Copper John, and Psycho Prince. You may…
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By: Tye Krueger

Lower Deschutes River

Get it while you can! We have a month left to fish the Deschutes down to the northern boundary of the Warm Springs Reservation. Blue winged olives and midges are the only hatches you're likely to find. Nymphing with a smaller stonefly nymph trailed with small mayfly nymphs and midges in a size 16-22 will…
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By: Jason Halsey

Fall River

Stocking schedules have remained consistent. Euro nymphing or light weight wool strike indicators are both effective out here. Fine fluorocarbon tippet is a must. Nymphs in the size 16-22 range will be the most consistent option. Fish a mayfly, like a JuJu Baetis or Pheasant Tail, followed by a midge nymph of your choice. Eggs…
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By: Tye Krueger

Crooked River

The Crooked is low but fishing well. Look for deeper pockets where those fish have cover. Blue winged olives and midges provide the majority of topwater action. Big, buoyant attractor patterns make great top flies for dry-dropper rigs. Try suspending a Zebra Midge, baetis nymph, or small chartreuse egg beneath a purple Chubby Chernobyl. Pheasant…
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By: Tye Krueger

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