Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Seasons are Changing

It's time to put away the Stimulators and Chubby Chernobyls and dig out your Elk Hair Caddis and Parachute Adams. The Salmon Fly hatch is now gone for another year. The good news, is that with the big bugs gone so are the masses of the people who fish the Deschutes.


 
A lot of the trout are already making the move from the faster moving water to the slower water so they can feast on the caddis and mayflies that are already hatching. If you enjoy targeting trout sipping dries along the banks, under trees and in back eddies, now is the time for you to hit the Deschutes. Our caddis season will carry right on through July.

This time of season is as much hunting trout as it is fishing for them.

Tight Lines


Cory
Deschutes River Anglers


Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Still Going

DESCHUTES
The Salmon Fly hatch is still cranking on the Deschutes. This is the latest the big bugs have stuck around these parts since the 2009 season. The amazing thing is that
\ they are still here but the bulk of the people are all but gone. We've probably got a good week to 10 days left of good dry fly fishing with the salmon.


Next up on the Deschutes is our caddis and mayfly season. If you like head hunting for rising trout in back eddies and slow moving banks this is your time of season. 

OWYHEE
We haven't been able to get over and check out the Owyhee yet, but it is now fishable for the first time in over four months. It had some incredible water levels that ripped through it this winter. If there was ever a year to come check it out this would be the one. 



Tight Lines

Cory
Deschutes River Anglers