McKenzie Dropping into Shape and Nymphing well

IMG_6121The McKenzie River has dropped nearly 4000 cubic feet per second over the last six days and is now in really nice “high water spring shape”.

 

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Nymphing is good right now with stonefly nymphs, wormy patterns, larger jigged hare’s ears, pheasant tails and mega princes.

 

IMG_9700Grannom Caddis, March Browns and Salmon Fly adult insects were present yesterday. There was very little surface activity, however that is likely to change as water temps creep up and water levels continue to drop.

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