Crooked River Update

Crooked River - Prineville, OR

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by Fly and Field Outfitters

The Crooked River water levels have dropped and are leveling out. Fall fishing tactics at its finest, whether you are euro nymphing, dry dropper, or straight dries the Crooked is a great place to be while the cooler weather rolls in. Keeping a smaller chubby Chernobyl in a couple of color variations with a 24’’- 36’’ dropper behind it in your traditional fly patterns including, guides choice hare’s ears, pheasant tails, two bits, and jujus.

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for Monday, September 14th

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