Swinging and Nymphing for Steelhead has Been Producing Fish

Lower Deschutes River - Maupin, OR

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by The Fly Fishers Place
10-3-2020
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The Lower Deschutes is good from Warm Springs to Maupin. Steelhead are being caught throughout the river and that is great news. Trout fishing is good, mostly on nymphs but there are some decent hatches of small caddis, October Caddis, BWO, PMD and Mahogany Duns. Look for risers in band side eddies and nymph the runs and even very shallow riffles this time of year. 

Swinging and Nymphing for steelhead has been producing fish.




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