Lower Mckenzie continues to fish well with nymphs

Summer levels on the McKenzie and Willamette rivers are giving anglers an early shot at some really nice native rainbows generic cialis 10mg this February. Lou and Nate were on the McKenzie yesterday and despite bright windy conditions they had success fishing Prince Nymphs and Possie Buggers off of a Thingamabobber strike indicator.  Nice work guys. Other anglers report that Golden Stone nymphs with small egg patterns tied off the bend of the hook about 12 inches have been working well. March Browns have been spotted on coastal streams in pretty good numbers.  Very few have been seen on the McKenzie and Lower Willamette. With the  warm rain coming we should see water temps rise and March Browns  emerge with consistency.



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