Crooked River Report 11/20/2017

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Crooked River is fishing well for native rainbows and whitefish at this time.  The best chance to run across a hatch will be midday with some fish up top eating blue wing olives or midges.  Most days using small nymphs imitating slender blue wing olive nymphs and midge larva will account for the most fish.  Size 18 and 20 Juju midges and Juju Baetis, pheasant tails, zebra midges and the two-bit hooker in tan will get the job done.  A few Ray Charles as well as some small egg patterns will make round out a good assortment of nymphs to have over the next month. The warm days here at the end of November could be a great time to get out before the cold really sets in.  

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