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Lower Deschutes River

The Lower Deschutes between the Pelton Regulating Dam and the northern boundary of the Warm Springs reservation is closed until April 22nd. There are still opportunities for trout below the Warm Springs reservation, near the town of Maupin. Small flies are on the menu this time of year. Dry fly hatches are sparse, though an…
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By: Jason Halsey

Metolius River

Consistent as ever, the Metolius will continue to produce nice fish all year. Nymphs are still the name of the game. Golden stone nymphs, Psycho Princes, Pheasant Tails, eggs, baetis patterns, and midges are all effective. There is a decent population of silver sedge caddis. October caddis pupa make a good silver sedge imitation, and…
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By: Tye Krueger

Fall River

Large fish continue to be the norm out here. Euro nymphing or light weight wool strike indicators are both ideal for this type of water. There has been little dry fly activity and the hatches that are occurring are mostly being ignored by the fish. Baetis nymphs, midges, and eggs in a size 18 or…
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By: Tye Krueger

Crooked River

The Crooked is low, as usual for this time of year. Blue winged olives and midges will continue to hatch but likely won't be a major food source for fish, at least not in adult form. Small midge and baetis nymphs will be the ticket, usually a size 18 or smaller. Egg patterns will continue…
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By: Tye Krueger

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