Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports March 9th, 2018

Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports – From our friend Tim Moran Prineville and Ochoco Reservoirs – With weather temps in the 60’s this weekend it should be prime fishing on both of these waters! Fish should be up near the surface so long line your offerings 100+ feet behind the boat. Paulina Peak Tackle flashers with…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports January 26th, 2018

From our friend Tim Moran: Lake Billy Chinook – Bull trout fishing is fair to good in the Metolius and Deschutes arms. Trolling Rapalas and similar plugs are taking fish. Kokanee are deep and the fishing for them has been spotty. Metolius River – Temps in Sisters have been moderate this winter so snow has…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Feb 24th

At this time of year on one of our favorite trout streams, the Deschutes, Blue-Winged Olives will reign with every example of their life-cycle on display at one time or another, also look for Small Black Stoneflies and Spotted Caddis Pupae. Try Prince Nymph or Gold-Ribbed Hare’s Ear if bugs aren’t evident. On February 17th,…

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Eastern and Central Oregon Fishing Reports May 22nd – May 28th, 2015

Eastern and Central Oregon Fishing Reports- Fly fishers on the Deschutes around Trout Creek will find redsides still keyed on big bugs, actively sucking down Stonefly and Salmon Fly imitations. Various May flies are also in evidence along with Caddis. Kokanee have continued to challenge trollers at Wickiup but those who have remained persistent have…

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Central & Eastern Oregon fishing report

Central & Eastern – Keep those Blue Winged Olive patterns handy for redsides on the lower Deschutes; that’ll be a primary pattern for at lease the next couple of weeks’ Pale Morning (and Evening) Duns will come into play but perhaps of most importance to fly fishers on the D, watch for Stoneflies and Salmonflies.…

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Blue-Winged-Olives hatching around mid-day

Central and Eastern Oregon – Most of the summer steelhead on the lower Deschutes have moved into tributaries to spawn. Redside fishing is fair to good with Blue-Winged-Olives hatching around mid-day although nymphs fished near the bottom will be effective anytime. Expect Caddis to be hatching around the middle of February. Can spring be far…

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Look for Blue-Winged-Olives to Hatch Sooon

Central and Eastern Oregon – Trout fishing has been fair to good on the lower Deschutes this week. Look for Blue-Winged-Olives to hatch anytime rain starts to fall. Fly fishers have had steelhead grab their offerings with one angler landing (and releasing) a large native on Tuesday this week. Limits of kokanee have been taken…

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Lake Billy Chinook could be rewarding

[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”194,72″] Central and Eastern Oregon – Morning temperatures are in the teens and there’s snow in the banks of the Deschutes at Mecca Flats, but hardcore fly anglers are out there casting nonetheless. They’re being rewarded with the occasional steelhead hookup, some nice redsides and a few whitefish. No reports have come in regarding…

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