South Twin Lake Fish Report for 10-23-2021
Twin Lakes Fishing Report
South Twin Lake - La Pine, OR (Deschutes County)
by The Fly Fishers Place
North and South Twin Lakes are going to be top choices for the lake anglers who have a tube, pontoon or even a drift boat. I’d guess we have another 2-3 weeks of fishing these little lakes unless we get a severe cold snap. In the fall we’ve had great success on both lakes fishing balanced leeches around the edges under an indicator. Red Leeches have been great, but all the normal colors including black, olive and brown leeches are going to be good too.
Chironomids, Damsel Nymphs and Leeches fished under the Bobber or stripped on a sinking line (recommended intermediate and type 3) will all be good.
Neither of these lakes close October 31st so they are fishable in November until they freeze or the roads become impassable.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, October 23rd
Metolius River: The Metolius fished really well this week
Fall River: BWO’s are the key hatch
Crooked River: The Crooked is holding steady around 50 cfs
Deschutes River- Lower: The Lower Deschutes trout fishing is holding steady
Deschutes River: With the higher water it is prime for streamers and nymphing
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie is a top choice by mid week again
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, October 2nd
Metolius River: Metolius Fishing Report
Deschutes River- Lower: Good for trout from Warm Springs all the way to Maupin.
Deschutes River: Running a bit higher now that irrigation season has ended
Fall River: The Fall River is fishing well
Crooked River: The Crooked River water levels are fluctuating as irrigation season has ended
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is fishing hot
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer Lake is still a good bet
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie is decent at both ends
East Lake: East Lake is now harder to access
Paulina Lake: Paulina Lake Report
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