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Jalapeño Sauerkraut

It’s the in-between season…time to throw dries for Arkansas River browns and daydream about birds and dogs and wild country. The Ark has been incredible fishing so far this spring minus the snow melt in the higher elevation. 245 more words

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Deschutes River Steelhead

We have been talking about Deschutes River Trout lies for the last couple of months. We specifically have been discussing drop-offs/ledges, one of many lie structures we will cover.   226 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports

Deschutes River Trout

Windy, windy, windy the last two days. But at least sunshine. Of course the sunshine depresses the BWO hatches. Saw several winter stoneflies on the foliage. 116 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports

Deschutes River Trout Prime Lie.

Drop offs below riffles are excellent holding areas for Deschutes River trout.  A steady supply stoneflies, mayflies, caddisflies, and midges are brought to the trout. Because the current is calm its a comfortable lie for trout. 121 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports

Deschutes River Stoneflies

Deschutes River trout will be seeing little brown stoneflies starting February though April. These little brown stones migrate to the shore to crawl out and hatch. 71 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports

Deschutes River Trout

Dechutes River Trout are very alive fish.  They make long and strong runs, usually down stream at a 45 degree angle. They jump generally 2 or 3 times, and they don’t easily tire. 68 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports