Recent rains did bump the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers, however they are still very low compared to historical flows. Look for the rivers to begin dropping back down right away. We have some great weather fore-casted for early in the week and hatches should be very good. Prepare your box with March Brown Emergers, March Brown Parachutes and Sparkle Duns, Blue Winged Olives, Possie Buggers, Mega Princes, Pheasant Tails, Golden Stone Nymphs, Half Down Goldens and Elk Hair Caddis. The stones and caddis are likely to get going with warm temperatures on the horizon. We have observed some sporadic caddis activity on both the McKenzie and Middle Fork late in the day.
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