The water level is a bit stubborn but people are getting out despite it being slightly high. It changes the game some of course, but fishing is fairly good.
As of today, the river dropped another 100+ cfs and is down to 400. Usually this time of year it is 90 to 150. Partially to blame is the Little Deschutes. Runoff needs to calm down a bit there and we will be golden.
Ben and Steve were down on Sunday and had very good Czech Nymphing with Jigs and Micro Mayfly Nymphs.
Another friend caught a really nice brown trout on a sculpin yesterday near Tumalo.
Lot’s of friends customers have been in the Lower Bridge area and report strong March Brown hatches with some mixes hatches of Grey Caddis, Midges and few BWO’s.