Lower Deschutes River Fish Report for 8-29-2020
Nymphing The Days for Trout is Good
Lower Deschutes River - Maupin, OR
by The Fly Fishers Place
The Lower Deschutes is good from Warm Springs to Maupin for trout, and from Pine Tree to the Columbia for Steelhead.
Nymphing the days for trout is good, and still picking off risers in the eddies mid-day.
Evening trout bite is very good on dries and caddis pupa.
It’s been smokey on the lower river from the White River fire. Keep that in mind.
Know of several steelhead taken on skaters! Yes please.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, August 29th
Three Creek Lake: Still Fishing Well With Callibaetis and Chironomids
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer is Good With Callibeatis and Damsels
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane is Fishing Good
Paulina Lake: Paulina Lake Fishing Report
East Lake: East Lake is Getting The 2nd Brood of Callibaetis in Good Numbers
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is Fishing Awesome
Fall River: Fall River is Fine, Crowded and With Decent Hatches
Crooked River: Good PMD Hatches and Excellent Nymphing
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, August 22nd
Three Creek Lake: 3 Creeks Lake is Fishing Well
Hosmer Lake: Good Callibaetis Spinner Fall in The Morning
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie is Good in The Quinn and Deschutes Area
Paulina Lake: Olive and Black Balanced Leeches Have Been Really Good
East Lake: Few More Callibaetis Hatching This Week
Crooked River: The Crooked River is a Mixed Bag
Fall River: Go Early Or Go Late
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is Great as it Has Been All Summer
Deschutes River: Increasingly Good Dry Fly Action in The Evening to Dark
Metolius River: The Metolius is Still One to Proceed With Caution
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