Water levels on the lower Deschutes are still a little high but fishable, as least above White River where Blue-Winged-Olives are hatching on occasion  but nymphing is more effective. The latest report was that snow on the riverbanks has melted. Trout fishing is fair and summer steelhead are still getting caught on occasion. […]

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