Fall fishing on the Mckenzie River outstanding

Water conditions are ideal, pressure is light, weather is great and the fishing is silly. The upper Mckenzie is entering it’s prime fall fishing season. More fish were on the surface this afternoon than anytime since spring hatches. Light conditions have changed and angling pressure has reduced. Fish have moved into shallow lies and are willing to take dry fly offerings and nymphs. Best flies for today included, Morrish’s Foam October Caddis, Possie Buggers, Prince Nymph’s and Brown Elk Hair Caddis. -CD





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