Thursday, October 19, 2017

Steelhead

Steelhead fishing on the Deschutes remains goods and should remain so right on through November. Don’t be fooled, just because we don’t have as many steelhead kicking around this season as prior years, doesn’t mean fishing is no good. Due to the lower numbers of fish, the amount of people fishing for them are next to none. Getting to fish the majority of all the prime spots increases your odds of catching these elusive fish. We have just over a month left of our season. 



Don’t forget that the upper 36 miles of the Deschutes closes for trout at the end of the month.

Tight Lines

Cory
Deschutes River Anglers

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Rainbows or Steelhead

October Trout
Trout fishing remains good so far this month. Just because October is here doesn’t mean that trout fishing is done. A lot of times late September and October can be some of the best trout fishing of the season; and so far this year is holding true to that. Lately we’ve had better than average caddis hatches, still the occasional mayfly hatch and the Jumbo October caddis are showing in big numbers. 


Steelhead

So far this steelhead fishing has been better than we had predicted. With fewer people fishing for them and the catch limit down from 3 fish to 1 fish this year, it has really played into our favor. Steelhead fishing should continue to be good right on through November.


Tight Lines

Cory
Deschutes River Anglers