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Deschutes River - Lower - May 28th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Good
Salmon Flies and Golden stone hatch is moving along. Crazy year, with the really warm spring, lower river levels, and water temps the bugs popped super early. The warm days had them active and the hatch progressed like wildfire. The big bugs are scarce already around Maupin. We found fish looking for them still on Sunday, but the hatch is on the downward trend.  There are a lot of caddis, PMDs, some little yellow sallies, and PEDs, and we even hit some green drakes.  Start stocking the boxes with other flies than Chubby Chernobyl. 
Now is great time to make summer plans and come float the Deschutes for three or four days. July and caddis is a fun time and steelhead will be here before you know it.

 
Deschutes River - Lower - May 24th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Good
Salmon fly and golden stone hatch moving along fast! Bugs are already getting thin around Maupin. We had good fish looking up still today in that area.  Plenty of bugs around Warm Springs. It has fished well during the little cold snap and fish still looking. We stunbled into some Green Drakes and that was super fun.  Plenty of other bugs on the menu, especially during the hot days. Look for good numbers of caddis, PMDs, PEDs, and little yellow sallies. The early heat has it cranked up. Big bugs are moving along fast....
 
Deschutes River - Lower - May 15th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Great
Whoa, the warm weather and water temps have the big bugs popping! Dupmed the boats at Trout Creek on Monday, and the bushes at the ramp where covered in salmon flies and golden stones. First stop was pay dirt on fish eating dries. The next 30+miles had bugs and decent numbers of fish up and looking. Lots of caddis, some PMD, PED's, a few yellow sallies, and BWO showing as well. I would say get out and get some. We have 3-4 days maybe open for the next month, so don't delay. This is the time to thing about summer and July August trout.

If we can help in any way please let us know.
 
Deschutes River - Lower - April 25th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Great
Satrurday marks the opening of the upper section ( Pelton to Northern Reservation Boundary), the season is here.  We had an overnight trip a couple days ago, and the the fishing was great. Early season nymphing with stone fly patterns producing very well. Some mid day dry fly action as well. Great time to get out, especailly if this nice spring weather holds on. You don't have to wait for the salmon fly hatch to fish the Deschutes!

Speaking of salmonflies, won't be long. We have a few early dates open and only like 2 or 3 other days left. We do have a group June 3/4/5 that is looking for one other person. If you are solo and want to come alonmg on a multi-day trip during prime time salmon fly, contact us for information!


 
Deschutes River - Lower - April 19th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Good
The boats are prepped and ready to go, fly boxes stocked and it's about go time. Today was a great day and way to kick off 2013 guide season. Matt had a trip today and had a great day of early season trout fishing. Mostly a nymphing show with stone fly patterns and a smaller pattern (pheasant tail, pyscho prince, brassie) trailer fishing well. Typical spring in that mid-day, warmer part of the day, fished better than earlier. Short lived but fun March Brown hatch produced some fun dry fly action as well. Srping hatches will vary in duration and intesnity. If you see some blue wing olives or March browns start popping moving to prime spring time dry fly zones sooner than later can produce dry fly action. Once the hatch starts, the shot clock is running.  Early season can fish well, and the fishing pressure can be very light. The weather can be all over the place, but it's all part of the adventure.

Regular trout season from Pelton to the Northern Reservation opens on the 27th, a week away. Want to kick the season off? Give a call for trip booking information.

The Salmon fly and Golden Stone fly hatch will be here before you know it. We only have a few open days available, like 4 days. So if you are interested the clock is ticking.

We do have some openings at the beginning of May and this can be some great nymphing and the fish fat and sassy. We could be seeing some early salmon fly action around Maupin in the beginning of May.
 
Deschutes River - Lower - April 19th, 2013
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  • Fishing: Good
The boats are prepped and ready to go, fly boxes stocked and it's about go time. Today was a great day and way to kick off 2013 guide season. Matt had a trip today and had a great day of early season trout fishing. Mostly a nymphing show with stone fly patterns and a smaller pattern (pheasant tail, pyscho prince, brassie) trailer fishing well. Typical spring in that mid-day, warmer part of the day, fished better than earlier. Short lived but fun March Brown hatch produced some fun dry fly action as well. Srping hatches will vary in duration and intesnity. If you see some blue wing olives or March browns start popping moving to prime spring time dry fly zones sooner than later can produce dry fly action. Once the hatch starts, the shot clock is running.  Early season can fish well, and the fishing pressure can be very light. The weather can be all over the place, but it's all part of the adventure.

Regular trout season from Pelton to the Northern Reservation opens on the 27th, a week away. Want to kick the season off? Give a call for trip booking information.

The Salmon fly and Golden Stone fly hatch will be here before you know it. We only have a few open days available, like 4 days. So if you are interested the clock is ticking.

We do have some openings at the beginning of May and this can be some great nymphing and the fish fat and sassy. We could be seeing some early salmon fly action around Maupin in the beginning of May.