Crane Prairie Reservoir Fish Report for 8-21-2021
Crane Prairie Fishing Report
Crane Prairie Reservoir - Sunriver, OR (Deschutes County)
by The Fly Fishers Place
I don’t have a report from Crane Prairie. I am sorry. I haven’t been back yet but I am happy to see some much cooler days and cold nights have hit us throughout the week and staying the same for at least several more days.
Should be good on Leeches and Chironomids. I hope to go too. I’d like to see if there is a 2nd brood of Callibaetis hatching, because this spring and early summer the Callibaetis hatches at Crane were the best of seen since the 80’s and that should mean a great second hatch.
Water temps for sure in the channels ought to be safe by now, and likely in the flats, especially in the morning and probably in the evening too.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, August 21st
Metolius River: Fishing Continues to Be Very Good on The Metolius
Crooked River: The Crooked River guides are talking about consistent fishing
Fall River: Small streamers working well
Lower Deschutes River: Lot’s of nymph opportunities in the morning and afternoon
Upper Deschutes River: The Upper Deschutes between Crane and Little Lava will be open for just another 5 weeks
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is smoking hot still
East Lake: East Lake is fishing really really good
Paulina Lake: Beetle and Hopper fishing this week was really good
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer is cooling off and that is healthy for the fish
Three Creek Lake: Three Creeks Lake is holding up
Good East Lake Update 8/16/21East Lake
I gotta tell you, East Lake is super darn good. Callibaetis spinners in the morning, callibaetis emergers and duns after...... Read More
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