Crooked River is Fishing Well

Crooked River - Prineville, OR

Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Fly Fishers Place

by The Fly Fishers Place
10-3-2020
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Crooked River is fishing well, but keep in mind now they just lowered the river from 200 cfs to 70 cfs and that can put the bite off a little for a few days. Once it settles it’ll be fine. We are frustrated to see the river so low already and it was a goal of the new management plan to keep it flowing at 100 cfs in the winter to assure better trout habitat and winter survival. But 70 is way better than 30 which we’ve seen them drop it to for extended periods so let’s hope for the best. 
BWO, PMD, Mahogany Duns, Midges, Scuds. 




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