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Wingardium Leviosa! Swish and flick! Some of you may get the reference, many of you probably won't.
I had Mark and Brad on the Warm Springs to Trout Creek float chasing steelhead yesterday. Steelhead fishing was tough, so we changed gears in the afternoon and pulled out the 4 weights to chase the trout that were sipping BWO's off the surface. What a kick in the pants!!
CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: The river has been fishing well with rainbows averaging 10-16 while flows remain consistent out of Bowman dam. Caddis have joined the mayfly mix with dry fly fishing opportunities from midday into the evening. Scuds, hares ears, pheasant tails are all good bets for subsurface presentations.
CHICKAHOMINY RESERVOIR: The reservoir is completely ice free. ODFW reports that catch rates are down, however most fish landed are in the 16 inch-plus range. CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: Recent high flows marking the start of irrigation season set fishing back significantly, however the river has dropped back into shape this week with flows reaching nearly ideal 280 cfs as of Tuesday.
ANA RIVER: This winter fishery should continue to produce through April. But check the weather first which can be unpredictable and outright harsh in the Oregon Outback. CHICKAHOMINY RESERVOIR: The reservoir is increasing from half-full and receiving good runoff from the Potato Hills.
ANA RESERVOIR: With water temperatures remain at 60 degrees, trout and hybrid bass are actively feeding through the late winter and early spring. ANA RIVER: A recent report from the river sent word that while the fish were less than abundant, fishing was steady with several larger fish brought to hand. CHEWAUCAN RIVER: The river below Hwy 31 in Paisley closed to fishing as of Oct.
While some of us are praying for a little more snow and others are pining for the spring sunshine, most steelheaders are begging for a little rain. Yes, you heard it right, rain. We need some serious water to move fish around in rivers like the Rogue, Umpqua and North Fork Santiam and create a few opportunities for us fanatical and foolhearty chrome addicts.
Hey All, Who says you shouldn’t go fishing in 8 degree weather? Well, whom ever did say that….is a freakin genius!!! Van and I went out on Sunday morning to fish the Crooked River to see if fish could be caught in this kind of cold.
Hi all. I was able to get out and go fishing this weekend at a couple of different places. On Friday, my first attempt to fish was on the Deschutes around Warm Springs. I got up early and got down to Mecca Flat around 5:30am. I hit the trail in the dark with my head lamp lighting the way. I had my back pack loaded up for a whole day of fishing. Once I got to the spot after hiking for about an hour, I set up my gear. As the sun started to shed some ...
Hey all you trout bums. Here's a report on the Middle Deschutes down at Steelhead Falls. My wife Cathy and I were able to go out and fish together for the first time in a long time.
Hit Davis Lake at O-Dark-Thirty on Friday with Jay, Joe, Jesse, and Cougar. Yes, I know, a very motley crew! We started throwing poppers along the North edge of the lake right into the tullies with minimal success.
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