As many of us expected, it looks like the Stone hatch is coming earlier than normal this year. This pic was taken a couple days ago below Shears by Travis. There were also some Salmonflies around. While it’s too early to go pound the river with dries, if you head over soon, make sure to have a good supply of nymphs. Now is a good time to go over your gear and make sure your in good shape for flies, floatant, dry shake, and fresh leaders and tippets. If you’re looking for a guide, make sure to call us asap. Spots are filling up quick.
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Restless Stone - aka - Jimmy Legs
The Jimmy Legs has earned its spot in every trout fisherman’s fly box. This is one of those bugs that seems to pull out fish when nothing else can. The fact that is is not weighted heavy, so it flows naturally with the current, and has the perfect silhouette are it’s keys to success. April is one of the best months to hit the Deschutes with these, as the stones are getting very active with the hatch only 5-6 weeks away.
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