Dogwoods, Alders, Ash, Cedars and many more trees are in full “bloom” along the sides of the gorgeous upper McKenzie River. I love the upper river as Spring moves to Summer. Every day is a bit different. Insect hatches, fish behavior and fishing vary day to day as the water drops and temperatures warm. What remains the same however is the incredibly vibrant green in the trees, and the gorgeous colors of the wild rainbow trout.
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