Deschutes River levels and big bugs on the move

As of this morning, the Deschutes River was at 5690cfs and moving up. Reports from this past weekend indicate fishing was fair to good in the Warm Springs-Trout Creek area. The large stone fly nymphs are moving and anglers who are nymphing are being rewarded. Kaufman’s stones, prince nymphs, emerging caddis patterns, and beaded phesant tails are patterns anglers should carry. It is still a bit early for the adults (dry’s) in the Warm Springs area, but anglers should keep a keen eye near the banks.

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