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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

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

Middle Deschutes River

Spring weather is in the forecast! The snow is starting to melt making access a little easier. Before the canals open up, try fishing the soft edges with stonefly nymphs or your favorite sculpin pattern, ours is the Frankenstein Sculpin. Once the canals open up and divert water, making the Middle Deschutes lower, get ready…
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By: Jason Halsey

Upper Deschutes River

The upper Deschutes is now closed from Benham falls up to the headwaters until May 22nd. The snow is starting to melt around town so if you can find a spot to fish, try euro nymphing techniques for the most productive time on the water.
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By: Jason Halsey

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