Metolius River Fish Report for 6-28-2020
Metolius Fishing Report
Metolius River - Metolius Springs, OR (Jefferson County)
by The Fly Fishers Place
Over on the Metolius, the Drakes are about done until the September hatch. Would I carry a few Green Drakes this week? Absolutely. Certainly you can see a hatch, perhaps short and isolated but important none the less.
Gavin from our shop saw a good number of mahogany duns (i’d guess Nixe not Paraleptophlebia at this time), Yellow Sally’s, PMD’s and Golden Stones in the upper river. There are numerous caddis hatches now, especially in the evening, along with some BWO’s about 5 to 7 PM and Rusty Spinners at Dusk.
Nymph fishing is very good all over the river with Golden Stones, Copper Johns, Lightning Bug, 2 Bit Hooker, Micro Mayfly, CDC Hares Ear, Olive Hares Ear, Perdigons and Euro Jigs.
I have not heard of any Bull Trout this week but did see a few photos on Instagram of some local anglers that caught some sizable Bull’s.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, June 20th
Metolius River: Metolius Has Been Solid
Three Creek Lake: Stocked & Fishing Well
McKenzie River: McKenzie Has Been Awesome
Lower Deschutes River: Lower Deschutes River Report
Crooked River: Crooked River Fishing Report
Fall River: Fall River Fishing Report
East Lake: East Lake Turned on With Callibaetis Finally
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie Reservoir Report
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, June 13th
Metolius River: Drakes Are Still On
Lower Deschutes River: Overall Superb Fishing Each Day
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is Good
Crooked River: Crooked River is Good Below Bowman Dam
Fall River: Fall River is Always Great This Time of Year
East Lake: First Callibaetis Hatches of The Season
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Some Great Chironomid Days at Crane Prairie
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer Lake Fishing Report
Three Creek Lake: 3 Creeks Lake Fishing Report
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