Middle Fork of the Willamette River Fly Fishing Report

Out of the boat sir!

The Middle Fork of the Willamette has been running high this Spring and with a considerable snow pack the trend looks to continue. Despite high water when the Middle Fork has been looking it’s typical “green” it has been fishing well. Most of the action has been subsurface. Using a Thingamabobber, 4-7 feet of tippet and a Golden Stone Nymph coupled with a Mega Prince success can be had.

Middle Fork of the Willamette Fly Fishing

March Browns and Blue Winged Olives have been emerging. Warmer days have fish coming to the surface using Tan Sparkle Duns, and size #18 Parachute Adams.

Middle Fork Post Spawn Female

Nymph Box

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