Metolius River Fish Report for 9-8-2020
Metolius River Fire Update
Metolius River - Metolius Springs, OR (Jefferson County)
by The Fly Fishers Place
The Metolius River area remains under an evacuation notice from Allingham River down stream due to the Lions Head Fire.
Road closures remain strict and camp ground closures remain the same. Access would only be from Riverside/Tract C through Camp Sherman down to Allingham Bridge at this time.
Golden Stones, PMD, BWO, Mahogany Duns, Caddis, Olive Stone, Hoppers, Ants, Perdigons & Jigs, PT, Red Copper John, Zebra Midge and Rainbow Warrior for those of you planing to go or tying for an upcoming trip.
The fire did move back from the river and went over the cascade crest towards Breitenbush and Detroit. So that is a relief for now as it seems the river, Camp Sherman store, the homes and businesses around there are safer for the moment.
With access so limited be careful and consider other areas to fish this week.
We are so sad to be reporting such crappy news today.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, September 5th
Three Creek Lake: Holding Up Later in The Season
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer Lake Fishing Report
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie Fishing Report
Paulina Lake: Paulina Lake if Good
East Lake: Nice callibaetis hatch about noon to 2
McKenzie River: Good for walk and wade fishing near the Deer Creek and Belknap
Crooked River: There are good PMD hatches going
Fall River: Good This Week For Our Guide Crew
Deschutes River: Middle Deschutes River Fishing Report
Upper Deschutes River: Good Reports From Upper Deschutes
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
Lower Deschutes River: Nymphing The Days for Trout is Good
Metolius River: Looking Amazing for The Foreseeable Future
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