Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Deschutes River Fly Fishing Reports

7/19/16

Deschutes River: 3760 CFS



The bite was a bit off this past week, most likely a result of the cooler weather and pressure changes from the low pressure system that has been hovering over Oregon.

A heat up is anticipated for the next week which should get the caddis out and wake the bite up a bit. Mornings and mid day seem the best for dry fly fishing.

Nymphing can be productive at any time of the day. This a great time to be out on the river. River traffic is relatively light, fishing pressure as well and the weather, scenery, and camping are outstanding.

We have been hanging out a lot up at the Deschutes River Fly Shop and Camp and have been having some nice evenings fishing after the shop closes.. Warm evenings spent wet wading and fishing to large native trout, it doesn't get much better!

Come check out the camp, fly shop, and store if you are traveling through Portland to Central Oregon or if your headed to the river to fish.

The Deschutes River Fly Shop and camp makes for a great spot to base out of when fishing the Warm Springs area of the Deschutes. We have rental gear, flies, equipment, fishing licenses, boater passes, and tribal permits for sale. You can stock up on ice, beer, and other concessions at our store.

Camp out at our private campground, with manicured lawns, shade, and portable water.
Small RV's and campers are welcome too, as we have 4- 30 AMP
Hook ups for power and water!







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