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Deschutes River Fly Fishing Report

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Cory Godell, Deschutes River Anglers
It’s that time of the year. Opening day for the Lower Deschutes is just around the corner. The long term forecast is saying that there are some clouds coming in with a slight chance of rain. If this weather doesn’t  change it should really help get the fishing going good. If we do get some rain, keep your eyes peeled for some BWO’s, and there’s a chance of some March Browns still kicking around. If the hatches do show up, it will more than likely be sometime around the middle of the day. Regardless, it will be great to get the drift boat out and start fishing the D again.

If the weather stays warm like it has been for the past forever, be ready for the salmon flies to show up even earlier than normal.

Last Saturday, April 25 was the opener for the Lower D. From then on the entire lower 100 miles of the Deschutes will be open for trout through October and through the end of the year for steel. 

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