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Lower Deschutes River

Well, it has came and gone. The stonefly hatch is over on the Lower Deschutes and we are now looking forward to the epic caddis hatches that happen every evening from here 'til fall. There have been some good green drake hatches happening on these overcast and stormy days, so when everyone else stays home,…
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By: Jason Halsey

Middle Deschutes River

The Middle is into its usual summer time glory. Caddis, Pale Morning Duns and Pale evening Duns will comprise most of the dry fly fishing with some green drakes making appearances on cloudy days. Streamer fishing can always exciting and productive. Venture up or down river a little ways to get away from pressure.
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By: Jason Halsey

Upper Deschutes River

The Upper Deschutes is still a little high, but fishing can still be productive. Heavy streamers near undercuts can produce the biggest fish. Terrestrials and small attractor dries and nymphs can put a lot of numbers on the board. Try a dry-dropper wet up with a 2-4wt rod and get ready for some of the…
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By: Jason Halsey

Crooked River

The Crooked is fishing very well with very few people out there, how does it get better than that? We have been finding a larger average size fish with plenty of numbers to the net. Small midges ( sz. 18-24 ) is still the best producing fly by a long shot, but have some small…
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By: Tye Krueger

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