Deschutes River- Lower Fish Report for 10-2-2021
Good for trout from Warm Springs all the way to Maupin.
Deschutes River- Lower - Maupin, OR
by The Fly Fishers Place
The Lower Deschutes is good for trout from Warm Springs all the way to Maupin. Good float trip opportunities, and good drive in and wade options in so many access points like boat ramps, camp grounds and others.
Nymph action is by far the most productive now, with Girdle Bugs, Stonefly Nymphs, October Caddis Pupa, Sparkle Pupa, Fox’s Poopah, 2 Bit’s, Flashback PT, Perdigons, Jigs and Soft Hackles.
Look for risers in the eddies and bank seams. Certainly a BWO hatch or caddis hatch can bring fish to the surface there.
Steelhead fishing is officially closed on the Lower Deschutes until 12/31/2021. I’ll talk more about that at the end of the report.
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The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, September 25th
Metolius River: The Metolius is still getting a good afternoon Green Drake
Crooked River: Crooked River is fishing well
Fall River: The Fall River is slowing a bit
Deschutes River- Lower: Steelhead fishing is officially going to be closed as of 10/1/21 due to the historically low run coming up
Deschutes River: Mostly nymphing but with some PMD and BWO hatches around
Deschutes River- Upper: You have until 9/30/21 to access the river from Crane Prairie up to Little Lava
Three Creek Lake: For the next several weeks until 3 Creeks freezes up, the Brook Trout will be hugging the banks
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane was tough this week with the Full Moon
East Lake: Good things from friends at East this week!
Paulina Lake: Lots of dry fly action
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer is great
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