May 27, 2017- If you haven't been on the Deschutes in the last week or so, NOW is the time. Although the stoneflies showed up on time in early May, it took a while for the weather to warm up and get them flying. Last week brought some hot temps to the canyon and put the big bugs into flight mode, which finally stirred up some serious action with the fish. We are finally retiring the bobber rods for a while and even snipping the little dropper flies off of the big dry flies. Down and dirty, bow-and-arrow jungle fishing is the name of the game and we couldn't be more excited. This is when the biggest resident trout of our season show up to play. Give us a call and get down here!
 

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Fish Passage 2011 in Review
February 7, 2012
Mike Boyd
Here's 2011 in Review from PGE 2011 a historic year for Deschutes fish passage November 23rd, 2011 There are just a few weeks left in 2011, so here?s a year-end wrap up on downstream fish passage: We had some exciting and historic milestones this year when fry planted upstream of Pelton... Read more
 
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Fishing Reports
  • DESCHUTES RIVER - LOWER
  • May 27th, 2017
    Mostly sunny
    Temperature: 80 ° F 
    Fishing: Excellent
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  • August 3rd, 2015
    Sunny
    Temperature: 85 ° F 
    Fishing: Good
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  • May 13th, 2015
    Partly cloudy
    Temperature: 65 ° F 
    Fishing: Great
Stream Flows
  • DESCHUTES RIVER - Madras
  • Flow (cfs): 4430
    Temperature (°F): 52.34
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  • Flow (cfs): 5340
    Temperature (°F): 54.32

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