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Cory Godell Reports on 6.21.18

Deschutes River

Now that the Salmon Fly hatch is over the Deschutes is back normal. People are gone but the fish are still there and ready to play. The warmer weather that has been hitting us of late has already got the caddis hatch ramped up. Riffles are always a good bet but a lot of the fish are making their way to back eddies or slower moving water, aka smaller bug water. As long as the weather stays hot the caddis hatches should continue to be good. The Redside rainbows on the Deschutes are some of the strongest trout you will ever battle. Come give them a shot.

Owyhee River

We are just over 6 weeks away from things really heating up on the Owyhee River. Usually by mid August the hopper fishing on the “O” is in full swing. If you enjoy catching big brown trout on dry flies this is something you don’t want to miss. We offer one, two or three day trips on this amazing river.

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