Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report

Deschutes Still An Option; Crooked River Is Holding Strong Hello everyone! This week I spent more time on the Columbia trolling for salmon, (it has slowed down as you might have guessed, but there are still opportunities – we still managed to hook up with around 10 fish in three trips) then we went east…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports

Most frequently, reports on Crooked River are fairly positive but that has not been the case over the past week with fly anglers telling of extremely low water, a dearth of hatches and a paucity of trout. We’ve waited months to use both these terms in the same sentence. A report from one angler who…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Nov 6th

Steelheading has been slow on the Deschutes around Maupin. Really slow. Like one fish every few days which leads one to think it’s probably not a lot better further down toward the mouth, but, you never know. There are fewer people on the river and fishing for redsides has been pretty good. The White River…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Oct 30th

Can’t we all just get along? Not in the case of Chinook and steelhead on the Deschutes. With the appearance of greater numbers of large salmon which are in the habit of harassing the summers as they seek a spot to spawn, steelheading has slowed. At the latest reports, water conditions are good. The White…

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