Deschutes River- Lower Fish Report for 10-29-2021
The Lower Deschutes for trout is good
Deschutes River- Lower - Maupin, OR
by The Fly Fishers Place
The Lower Deschutes for Trout is good. Keep in mind starting Monday 11/1 that there is no access to fishing on the Warm Springs Reservation (Until 4/22/22).
Warm Springs to Trout Creek access on the East Side of the Main River Channel is open until 12/31.
Maupin Area is year round and access on either West or East Banks is good.
October Caddis Pupa, Micro Mayflies, Stonefly Nymphs in both Golden and Black, 2 Bit’s, Perdigons and Jigs are all great now.
We are still hearing (and seeing) people who are ignoring the steelhead closures and without doubt are swinging for steelhead. It just isn’t cool. It’s just not. Go to the Rogue where there are abundant steelhead this year and fish for that run. That would be cool.
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Friday, October 29th, 2021
Metolius River: Transitioning from PMD’s to the 2 tailed Cinygmula Mayflies now
Fall River: The Fall River is good, there is a nice emergence of BWO’s
Crooked River: The Crooked is fair, it is low and off color a bit
The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Saturday, October 23rd, 2021
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
South Twin Lake: Twin Lakes Fishing Report
Haystack Reservoir: Haystack Reservoir is 91% full today
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