Mckenzie River water temps drop to fall like temperatures, is it fall already?

The immense snow pack and late coming summer in the Willamette Valley have begun to pay dividends for fishing on the Mckenzie River.  The low water dog days of summer will not be a factor at all this year. Water temperatures have actually cooled a bit of late.  Water levels continue to be ideal. We are set to have an incredible fall fishing season. Yesterday afternoon hatches included small caddis, Blue Winged Olives, Mahogany Duns, and Little Yellow Stones. Large attractors like stimulators and parachute Madam X also brought fish to the surface.-CD



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