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Fishing Report

Owyhee Fly Fishing Report

The Skwallas are starting to show on the Owyhee River. Fishing has been a little up and down so far. This is pretty normal early in the Skwalla hatch. It usually takes the bulk of the fish several days of seeing the Skwallas to fully lock in on them. The fishing should get better and better the more we get into April. On top of Skwallas cruising around there are still plenty of BWO’s still...

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Owyhee River Fly Fishing Report

Cory Godell, Deschutes River Anglers

Signs of life are starting to show on the Owyhee. There has been the occasional blue wing olive showing up. Not much in the way of a hatch to get the fish overly excited yet, but soon things will start to happen. We are about a month away from when the skwallas typically start showing up. Because of the warmer than normal temperatures of late, don’t be surprised...

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Owyhee River Fly Fishing Report

Cory Godell, Deschutes River Anglers

Brown Trout

Even though the Owyhee River is running on fumes it can still fish good. With the lower water levels the bulk of the fish are kegged up in fewer pools. Most of the fish are looking for big meals right now, trying to get big and fat for the winter. Even though the Owyhee is open year round, we’ve only got a few weeks left of good fishing. Usually...

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Owyhee River Fly Fishing Report

Cory Godell, Deschutes River Anglers

The Owyhee River is alive and fishing. It is however, running on fumes. If it wasn’t for a couple of big thunder showers that hit the area this summer the reservoir could of all but run dry. 

If you have the time and you like catching brown trout, it’s time to head for the Owyhee. You name it and the fish are eating it. Small, medium and big bugs are whats on...

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