Deschutes Still Kickin’

First time out fly fishing and first fish in hand, the Deschutes Redsides didn’t stand a chance. Anna attacked the river like a pro and showed us how it’s done, continuing to hook fish the rest of the day. Congrats!!

The Deschutes is still putting out good numbers of fish. The big bugs are making early afternoon to late evening flights and the fish are looking up. We will say, the later you stay, the better the fishing. the last hour and a half of the day has been light out. With the water lower than normal this year, we’re finding fish a little further out in the river than other years on dries. Fishing the banks is still producing fish, but don’t be afraid to fling that bug mid river a few times. Make sure to switch up often if fish aren’t responding to your fly. Often the color of choice can change from day to day or even hour. 

Posted by Jack on 05/31 at 02:42 PM in (0) CommentsPermalink

Steelhead Fishing Heating Up

Summer Runs are showing up in fairly good numbers and we’re getting fish with some regularity now. As the week goes on and the river drop the fishing should get better in the classic summer runs spots. Here is 1 of 3 landed in Jasons boat Sunday.

Posted by Jack on 05/13 at 02:44 PM in (0) CommentsPermalink

Summer Fish Are Showing up

Hot off the Clack this morning,  Nick Rowell and company hit 2 fish and landed this beauity. This is great to see, as May can offer some of the best summer steelheading the vally has to offer. They are bright and full of fight!

Posted by Jack on 05/06 at 12:36 PM in (0) CommentsPermalink
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