Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for August 9th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for August 9th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports From Tim Moran Tim is still out and about, no update this week from him. From ODF&W Fishing the higher elevation hike-in lakes can offer solitude, good fishing, and a chance to combine a couple of your favorite outdoor activities. Find more information on planning your hike-in fishing trip.…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for July 5, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for July 5, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports From Tim Moran Metolius River – well you may need your own rock to stand on but it should fish really good. Lots of bug activity and the yellow sallies and PMD’s are out and on the wing. Bull trout fishing has been very good for those targeting them…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports March 1st, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports – From our friend Tim Moran: With 3 to 6 feet of snow on the ground, I didn’t go fishing this week or talk to anyone who did. The guides and flyfishing shops were quiet too. This would be a great weekend if you’re a central or eastern angler…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report February 1st, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report – From Tim Moran Prineville and Ochocco Reservoirs – Winter fishing is good right now for rainbows to 4 pounds.  Reports as fresh as yesterday had the boys from COFR catching fish on power bait in shallow water near gravel.  The fish are up in the warmer water looking…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports January 18th, 2019

From Tim Moran  Metolius River – It’s been a good so far this month on the Met. Trout and Whitefish are taking prince nymphs, red lightning bugs, San Juan worms, pheasant tails, small black and golden stones and red copper johns under and indicator or fished Euro style. There is some late afternoon dry fly…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports January 4th, 2019

From our friend Tim Moran: Metolius River – Colder temps mean smaller windows but there are always a few fish to be had here in the winter. Bull trout continue to be the story on the Met. I’ve seen some recent fish tipping 12 lbs. Swinging and stripping BIG streamers is the key to taking…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports December 7th, 2018

From Friend Tim Moran Baby it’s cold outside! Single digit temps ant night in central and eastern Oregon have slowed the fishing and fishermen to a trickle. Those that are getting out are fishing mainly 4 streams. Metolius River – Small olive and golden stone nymphs and a small trailer nymph are the go to’s…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report September 14th, 2018

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report – From oour friend Tim Moran. Deschutes River – Reports from the shops are the same. There are fish – Steelhead in the river but no one is fishing for them. The guides are getting customers on 2 to 4 per day. Not hot but certainly worth it! Fishing…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Report March 30th, 2018

Eastern Oregon Fishing Report –  TGF Friend Tim Moran writes: Lake Billy Chinook – Bull trout fishing is still good in the Metolius and Deschutes arms. Trolling Rapalas and herring with a pro troll flasher are still taking fish. This is a good time of year to run up to the Crooked and Deschutes arms and…

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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 February 23rd, 2018

From our friend Tim Moran: Prineville, Haystack and Ochoco Reservoir – All will fish well again after the weather warms….with temps in the teens and lower in spots fishing will be slow until the air temps get consistently above 40 degrees. This will be a good week to get your tackle in order and tie…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports February 2nd, 2018

From our friend Tim Moran: Prineville Reservoir – This lake has been kicking out nice trout all winter. It’s a great place to fish especially on some of these warmer days. You can build a small fire and still fish with worms or power bait from the bank, troll or fish from a float tube…

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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 December 8th, 2017

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports – From our friend Tim Moran Deschutes River – Same story – there are steelhead around and they’re worth targeting above Maupin. The wind could be a big problem or fog if there’s no wind…. such is the challenge of winter fishing! If you get a clear day with…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Nov 18th

Yeah, there aren’t a lot of steelhead in the Deschutes but those available have been running large and hookups are occurring daily – just not for every angler. Nymphing for redsides (which is productive in and of itself) has produced and number of metalheads, occasionally by surprise but always welcome. As is often the case,…

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