Category Archives: Oregon Weekend Fishing Forecast

October Caddis hatch across Oregon — get on the water now

The October Caddis, Limnephilidae Dicosmoecoes, adults hatch in late fall, anywhere from late September to November in the Pacific Northwest. These large, orange caddis flies are approximately three centimeters long and provide too large a meal for big trout to … Continue reading

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Tracking the snowmelt blowout

There are several useful tools that can help an angler¬†really see¬†why this snow melt blowout is happening (besides all the snow of course) and understand when it will end. The Oregon State Marine Board maintains a page that shows how … Continue reading

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ODFW Stocking schedule for opening weekend in Willamette Zone

The pellet-heads are in! Per the ODFW recreation report, here is the trout stocking schedule for the McKenzie and Willamette River watersheds for opening weekend. -Blue River above Blue River Reservoir was stocked with 1,500 legal-sized rainbow trout this week. … Continue reading

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Weekend Fishing Forecast: Beware the Ides of March

The rain we needed to blow up the coastal rivers and bring the next and probably last really big push of native steelhead into the rivers arrived. Unfortunately, it came a little late in the week and Saturday is totally … Continue reading

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Oregon Weekend Fishing Forecast: Trout tomorrow, Steelhead Sunday

In a perfect world, we’d recommend trout fishing on Saturday and trying your hand on steelhead on Sunday. Here’s why: Rain is forecast and our coastal rivers are expected to rise fairly quickly presenting challenges for steelhead anglers of all … Continue reading

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