McKenzie River remains cold, hatches lackluster to date.

Despite some excellent “March Brown” weather, large hatches have yet to materialize on the McKenzie. Water temperatures need to rise, and seem to be, ever so slightly day by day. It would appear we will be having the bulk of the intense March Brown activity in April. Fishing remains decent nonetheless, best results coming from soft hackles, stonefly nymphs and prince nymphs. Best results are during the mid day, 11am to 4pm.

Good Luck,


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