Cory Godell Reports on 3.10.2020
It’s time to find any excuse you can to get to the river. The Deschutes is fishing really good and there’s hardly a soul on the river. With all the amazing sunshine and warm weather and we’ve been having, it has put the Deschutes and its hatches into over drive. The BWO’s are already all but gone for the spring, but the March Browns are already showing in good to great numbers most days. The March Browns have been showing up sometime around 1:00 during the warmer part of the day. If you have some Parachute Adams in a couple different sizes, that will cover most of the dry flies you will need this time of season. If there isn’t any bugs flying around, try nymphing a heavy stonefly nymph with a pheasant tail dropper. This is usually a good combo anytime on the Deschutes.
Hope you are all healthy and safe in this funny time.