Deschutes River- Lower Fish Report for 9-12-2021
The Lower Deschutes from Warm Springs to Trout Creek is fishing well with a lot of caddis still
Deschutes River- Lower - Maupin, OR
by The Fly Fishers Place
The Lower Deschutes from Warm Springs to Trout Creek is fishing well with a lot of caddis still. This time of year, Micro Caddis can be a game changer. Pupa and Adults in #18-20. That doesn’t mean #14-16 Tan, Grey and Olive caddis won’t be around and important, but make sure you’re not overlooking the little stuff. So many of you have drift boats and know this time of year that little black caddis (Little Western Weedy Water Sedges) will cover the side of your boat while your parked and out fishing.
October Caddis Pupa are definitely something to start fishing with now too.
Stonefly nymphs (Black and Golden) are awesome in the Fall.
Still some PMD’s around. Mahogany Duns will make a short but important appearance on the Lower D about now. BWO’s are out and about and will be more important in the coming days and weeks too.
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The Fly Fishers Place Reportsfor Friday, September 3rd
Metolius River: The Metolius is Seeing a Big Increase in Green Drake Hatch Activity
Deschutes River- Lower: The Lower Deschutes Trout Action is Good
Deschutes River: The Middle Deschutes is in Great Shape
Deschutes River- Upper: The Upper Deschutes Is Open For Just Shy of a Month Now
Fall River: The Fall River is Good
McKenzie River: The McKenzie is Great Fishing
Crooked River: The PMD Hatches on The Crooked are Just Exceellent
: East Lake is Just Excellent With Callibaetis Now
Paulina Lake: Ants and Hoppers Were Our Best Flies at Paulina Lake This Week
Hosmer Lake: Hosmer Lake is Great
Three Creek Lake: Three Creek Lake is Also Good
Crane Prairie Reservoir: Crane Prairie is Hot and Warm
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