Central Oregon Fishing Report

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Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:


Hot Fishing On East Lake


An autumn weather pattern is blowing in for the weekend. A cold front is approaching, and rain will start on Friday night, staying through the weekend, and maybe even into Monday.


Lower Deschutes River: Water temperatures range from lows of 55 degrees to highs of 57 degrees near Madras.


Lower Deschutes reports indicate that fishing is still going strong. Action on top with Micro Caddis patterns.


Middle Deschutes River: Some new reports from The Fly Fishers Place indicate the Middle Deschutes is fishing well again; euronymphing in the morning and caddis.

Jeff Perin at The Flyfisher’s Place recommends being ready with Purple Haze, X Caddis, and yellow sparkle dun flies when there are hatches and the trout are looking up.

Upper Deschutes River: The upper Deschutes is fishing well. The Upper Deschutes closes on September 30, so just two weeks left.


Nymph fishing is going strong, and this is a great river for Euronymph techniques.

Haystack Reservoir: Fill level is 31 %. Bass fishing has been excellent. Early mornings and evenings with topwaters is outstanding right now.


Lake Billy Chinook: Reports of good kokanee fishing in both the Deschutes and Metolius arms. Jigging with gold and silver colors.


Crooked River: Crooked River flows are 183 CFS at the dam. Fishing is great with afternoon dry fly fishing with heavy PMD hatches. Nymphing is also great when the dry fly action is off.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked earlier this month with 1000 trophy trout. There have been some PMD, BWO and caddis hatches, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers) and mahogany duns are starting up.


Metolius River: The Metolius in September is one of the standout fishing opportunities. We are into prime fall green drake time, with the size 10 green drakes and the smaller, size 14 Drunella flavillinea drakes all coming off, often at the same time.

Prineville Reservoir: Josh Pardee for Tim’s Fishin Tackle Shop in Lapine reports ridiculously good fishing for Crappie in Prineville Reservoir. The reservoir is at 25% full as of today.


Trolling for Macks in depths of 90 to 100 feet. Silver spoons are producing.

North Central Oregon/Mid-Columbia Waters:

This week’s report from Gorge Outfitters Supply (541-739-2222) in Rufus, between the John Day and Deschutes Rivers includes updates on the salmon.


Salmon fishing is awesome at the mouth of the Deschutes. Egg fishing is effective – lots of salmon caught on eggs.


Check out Glenn's detailed report with much more information and forecast in this week's paid version for Chinook and Steelhead Members both!
 
The Guides Forecast
Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:

Deschutes Trout Up And Down The River. Last Week Upper Deschutes Is Open.

Sun and warm weather will spread across the high desert, mountains, and into Eastern Oregon.

Temperatures throughout Central Oregon will in the 70s and 80s through the weekend. The weather cools next week with some rain beginning on Monday, with highs in the 50s and 60s during the weekdays next week.

Lower Deschutes River: Water temperatures range from lows of 55 degrees to highs of 57 degrees near Madras.

With the warming this coming weekend, dry fly activity should pick up – with some caddis activity.

For this weekend, and as I wrote last week, the usual selection of caddis that have been consistent through the summer.

Middle Deschutes River: The Middle Deschutes is fishing well; euronymphing in the morning and caddis in the afternoon and evenings.

Upper Deschutes River: The upper Deschutes is fishing well. The Upper Deschutes closes on September 30, so just this week left. I plan to get onto the Upper Deschutes before the weekend.

Haystack Reservoir: Fill level is 31 %. Bass fishing has been excellent. Early mornings and evenings with topwaters is outstanding right now.

Lake Billy Chinook: Reports of good kokanee fishing in both the Deschutes and Metolius arms. Jigging with gold and silver colors.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked earlier this month with 1000 trophy trout, and is scheduled to be stockedagain next week with 500 trophy trout. There have been some PMD, BWO and caddis hatches, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers). Mahogany duns are hatching.

Metolius River: Green drakes are still going, but the smaller Drunella flavillineas are starting to taper off.

Last week on the Metolius, during my first afternoon on the water, I almost missed the drake hatch.

Three Creek Lake: Three Creek Lake is fishing okay right now. It usually gets better through September, however, last week’s cold weather and first snow near the lake likely slowed the bit. Leeches have been working.

Ochoco Reservoir: Good fishing for bass and crappie and Josh from Tim’s in Lapine reports trout fishing is picking up. Water levels, however, are getting very low at 12% full.

East Lake: Last week trout on the surface for callibaetis dries. This coming weekend may be the last of that activity with the weekend warmup, and then a cool down for the last week of September. When there is no visible activity, fishing with leeches and scuds should be good.

Odell Lake: Odell Mackinaw fishing remains good.

North Central Oregon/Mid-Columbia Waters:

This week’s report from Gorge Outfitters Supply (541-739-2222) in Rufus, between the John Day and Deschutes Rivers includes updates on the salmon.

The salmon bite is on! Fish are being caught on sand shrimp, eggs and lures. Anglers are catching salmon both trolling and hover fishing.

See our full Oregon and SW Washington summary here.
 
The Guides Forecast
Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:

Spring Fed Rivers Producing – Fall River and Metolius Fishing Well

Weather Outlook Across Central and Eastern Oregon:


The first weekend of October is looking great

Friday will be a bit cool, with temperatures in the mid-60s and some overcast. Temperatures throughout Central Oregon will in the 70s through the weekend and through the first couple of days of next week.

The Cascades Lakes area will be the same as most of Central Oregon, with highs in the 70s through the weekend and first few days of next week.

The Deschutes Canyon will have temperatures in the 70s, possibly 80s through the weekend.

Angling Restrictions

Lower Deschutes River steelhead angling restrictions have been extended.

From the Deschutes River mouth at Interstate 84 Bridge upstream to the marker at the lower end of Moody Rapids the following regulations apply:

Lower Deschutes River:

Water temperatures range from lows of 55.5 degrees to highs of 57 degrees near Madras.

Nymphing this past week has been effective, as well fishing a bead head leech. Copper Johns, Perdigons, 2 Bit Hookers, Zebra Midges have been good this past week.

The usual selection of caddis that have been consistent through the summer are still active as we approach fall, with tans, greys, olives (even some black late in the day), in sizes 14-16. With temperatures in the 70s going into next week, this caddis activity should continue.

Upper Deschutes River: Closed as of Oct 1 for the season.

Crooked River: Crooked River flows are 161 CFS at the dam. Fishing is great with afternoon dry fly fishing with PMD and BWO hatches. Nymphing is also great when the dry fly action is off.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked earlier this month with a total of 1500 trophy trout over the month including last week with 500 trophy trout. Fall River is scheduled to be stocked again next week. There have been some PMD, BWO and caddis hatches, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers). Mahogany duns are hatching.

Metolius River: I saw a few bigger drakes yesterday, but these were few in comparison to some of the PMDs and Mahoghany duns that the fish seemed to be crushing on the opposite bank. Some places on the lower river were a virtual hatch factory. Saw some golden stones fluttering through the air up-river.

Hosmer: Hosmer is fishing well, with September and October being some prime months. Hosmer remains popular with the recent and upcoming warm weather weekend.

This week’s report from Gorge Outfitters Supply (541-739-2222) in Rufus, between the John Day and Deschutes Rivers indicates that fishing in the area has slowed down. Maybe because of the recent rains. The folks at Gorge Outfitters are hoping for fishing to pick up now that rivers are receding, and a weekend warmup is coming.

Find our complete Oregon and SW Washington summary for the week right here.
 
The Guides Forecast
Central Oregon Fishing Report – Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:

Much of Central Oregon will be in the 50s through the weekend, with some possible rain showers on Sunday.

The Cascades Lakes area will be cool like most of Central Oregon, with highs in the 50s through the Saturday, and 40s first few days of next week.

The Deschutes Canyon will have temperatures in the 60s through Saturday, with some showers and temperatures in the 50s on Sunday. Highs in the 50s going into next week.

Lower Deschutes River: Now that we are into October, water temperatures are looking good and I will only report on anything beyond the norm.

October caddis are happening; this makes for a good dry – dropper combination. October caddis pupa patterns have been especially effective – I’ve had success with a Morrish Deep October Caddis Pupa pattern.

Nymphing this past week has been effective, as well fishing a bead head leech. Copper Johns, Perdigons, 2 Bit Hookers, Zebra Midges have been good this past week.

The usual selection of caddis that have been consistent through the summer are still active as we approach fall, with tans, greys, olives (even some black late in the day), in sizes 14-16.

Expect to see some October caddis are popping up on the river, and Mahogany duns should be in your box this time of year.


Middle Deschutes River: The Middle Deschutes is fishing well; euronymphing in the morning and caddis in the afternoon and evenings.

Water levels are at good levels, and Jeff Perin of The Flyfisher’s Place opines that he thinks the Middle Deschutes should be fishing well over this month of October

Friends did well last week fishing above Steelhead Falls; a couple of brown trout and a redside.

Haystack Reservoir: Fill level is 31 %. Bass fishing has been excellent.

Crooked River: Crooked River flows are 160 CFS at the dam, although there is some variability. There was a spike last weekend, and there could more more ahead. Fishing is great with afternoon dry fly fishing with PMD, BWO, and mahogany dun hatches.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked last week with 500 trophy trout. There have been some BWO and caddis hatches, midges, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers). Mahogany duns are hatching.

Metolius River: Last week the most prevalent bugs I saw were the PMDs and Mahoghany duns that the fish seemed to be crushing on the opposite bank. Some places on the lower river were a virtual hatch factory.

Prineville Reservoir: Josh Pardee for Tim’s Fishin Tackle Shop in Lapine reports ridiculously good fishing for Crappie in Prineville Reservoir. The reservoir is at 20 % full as of today.

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The Guides Forecast
Central Oregon Fishing Reports - Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:
There is a Central Oregon warmup that will last through Friday and Saturday, with some temperatures in the region reaching into the 60s on Friday and 70s on Saturday. Next week starts of cooler with highs in the 50s as another cold front comes through.

Lower Deschutes River: No unusual water temperatures. Late week and early weekend warmup might make some caddis fly. Don’t hesitate to fish caddis pupa imitations, such as Silvey’s Edible Emerger and others.

Middle Deschutes River: The Middle Deschutes is fishing well; euronymphing in the morning and caddis in the afternoon and evenings this weekend through approximately Saturday. Perdigons are taking fish.

Water levels remain at good levels, and Jeff Perin of The Flyfisher’s Place opines that he thinks the Middle Deschutes should be fishing well over this month of October.



Crooked River: Crooked River flows are down, and currently at 160 CFS at the dam, although there is some variability.

Fishing remains great with afternoon dry fly fishing with PMD, BWO, and mahogany dun hatches. Nymphing is also great when the dry fly action is off.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked several times in September with trophy trout, and last week again with 500 trophy trout. There have been some BWO and caddis hatches, midges, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers). Mahogany duns are hatching.

Metolius River: Expect mahogany dun and BWO activity. Jeff Perin reminds us that we should start expecting to see yellow mayflies, the Cinygmula.

Hosmer: October being a prime month on Hosmer, although it has been snowing there over the last week. The kayak and SUP crowds are slowing down, although a warm Saturday might bring them out.

Crescent Lake: Crescent Lake too low. Latest report from Cody Herman, at Day One Outdoors (Day One Outdoors), is that Crescent gets lower and the fishing is downright slow. Lake level is 6 %.

Lava Lake/Little Lava Lake: Most reports are that Lava Lake is slow for trout.

North Central Oregon/Mid-Columbia Waters: No new report from Gorge Outfitters Supply (541-739-2222) in Rufus, between the John Day and Deschutes Rivers. Fishing did slow down.

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The Guides Forecast
- Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:

Lower Deschutes River: No unusual water temperatures. Nymphing is great right now. The Lower Deschutes in the Warm Springs to Trout Creek area has been good; Copper Johns, Perdigons, 2 Bit Hookers, Zebra Midges have been good this past week.

Crooked River: Crooked River flows are down, and currently at 160 CFS at the dam, although there is some variability. Expect to see BWO hatches from this point on, and these are at time quite prolific.

Fall River: Fall River was stocked several times in September with trophy trout, and earlier in October with 500 trophy trout. There have been some BWO and caddis hatches, midges, as well as some action on terrestrials (ants, beetles, hoppers). Mahogany duns are hatching. I’d expect this to be more towards BWOs from this point forward.

North and South Twin Lakes: North Twin and South Twin were both stocked with 500 trophy trout during mid-September.

Devils Lake, Cascade Lakes Highway: Leech patterns for fly anglers; spinners and spoons for conventional gear should all produce trout. Devils Lake has been popular with the kayak and SUP crowd on weekends.

Three Creek Lake: Brook trout are in the shallows.

Paulina Lake: It’s been snowing at Paulina, but the fishing has been good. Terrestrials (beetles, ants, hoppers) are still great on the surface.

Odell Lake: Odell Mackinaw fishing remains good.

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The Guides Forecast
Lower Deschutes River:

November brings a close to fishing on the Warm Springs Reservation.

With recent and upcoming weather, it’s nymphing time with some occasional BWO hatches. BWOs on the overcast and wet days during the first half of the afternoon.

For dry fly purists, go to the Deschutes on overcast and wet days. Get there at lunch, and be ready for a blue wing olive hatch during the first half of the afternoon.

Middle Deschutes River: The river level is up. I checked out the river along Lower Bridge Road and find that it is getting high. Despite this, the Middle Deschutes has been fishing well; euronymphing and swinging streamers and leeches are effective. Perdigons are taking fish.

Haystack Reservoir: Fill level is 95 %. No new reports.

Lake Billy Chinook: No new reports. Kokanee are coloring up and running up the Metolius.

Crooked River: This time of year, and through the winter, the Crooked fishes well. Friends have started catching more fish nymphing – Perdigons have been the ticket.

Expect to see BWO hatches from this point on, and these are at time quite prolific. BWOs as emergers and cripples are especially effective. Jeff Perin likes the Knock Down Dun.

Suggested Crooked River Dries: Parachute Purple Haze #14-20 (larger sizes are helpful for hopper/dropper setups), Para Wulff Purple #16-18, Tilt Wing Dun BWO #18-20, BWO Sparkle Dun #18-20, Griffiths Gnat (with a bright post for visibility) #18-22, Klinkhammers #18-20, BWO Film Critic #18-20, Knock Down Dun #16-20, CDC caddis #14-18.

Fall River: Overall Fall River is fishing well. Consistent has been the word.

There’s been some BWO hatches through the afternoons, that can linger for hours. The hatches are not prolific, without blizzards of bugs, but good and the bonus seems to be prolonged hatch periods that keep anglers busy through the afternoons. Most reports are that the BWOs are small, in the size 20 range.

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DFG
November brings a close to fishing on the Warm Springs Reservation. Did you mean fishing from tribal property or fishing where the river borders tribal property?

I had heard that all fishing was closed upriver from Maupin, so I checked both the regs and the Updates for the lower Deschutes. According to the Updates:
'All angling is closed through December 31' from Mouth to Moody Rapids.​
'November 1 - December 31: closed to angling for and retention of steelhead and Coho' from Moody Rapids to Pelton Reregulating Dam. This would imply that angling for trout was still legal.

Did I read that wrong?
 
The Guides Forecast
Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports: (A repeat from last week, Glenn will be providing fresh reports every OTHER week through the winter season.)

Lower Deschutes River:

November brings a close to fishing on the Warm Springs Reservation.

With recent and upcoming weather, it’s nymphing time with some occasional BWO hatches. BWOs on the overcast and wet days during the first half of the afternoon.

For dry fly purists, go to the Deschutes on overcast and wet days. Get there at lunch, and be ready for a blue wing olive hatch during the first half of the afternoon.

Middle Deschutes River: The river level is up. I checked out the river along Lower Bridge Road and find that it is getting high. Despite this, the Middle Deschutes has been fishing well; euronymphing and swinging streamers and leeches are effective. Perdigons are taking fish.

Haystack Reservoir: Fill level is 95 %. No new reports.

Lake Billy Chinook: No new reports. Kokanee are coloring up and running up the Metolius.

Crooked River: This time of year, and through the winter, the Crooked fishes well. Friends have started catching more fish nymphing – Perdigons have been the ticket.

Expect to see BWO hatches from this point on, and these are at time quite prolific. BWOs as emergers and cripples are especially effective. Jeff Perin likes the Knock Down Dun.

Suggested Crooked River Dries: Parachute Purple Haze #14-20 (larger sizes are helpful for hopper/dropper setups), Para Wulff Purple #16-18, Tilt Wing Dun BWO #18-20, BWO Sparkle Dun #18-20, Griffiths Gnat (with a bright post for visibility) #18-22, Klinkhammers #18-20, BWO Film Critic #18-20, Knock Down Dun #16-20, CDC caddis #14-18.

Fall River: Overall Fall River is fishing well. Consistent has been the word.

There’s been some BWO hatches through the afternoons, that can linger for hours. The hatches are not prolific, without blizzards of bugs, but good and the bonus seems to be prolonged hatch periods that keep anglers busy through the afternoons. Most reports are that the BWOs are small, in the size 20 range.

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The Guides Forecast
Central Columbia Gorge Cohos and Walleye. Metolius and Fall Rivers Consistent for Trout.

Weather Outlook Across Central and Eastern Oregon:


There will be some spotty morning showers Friday and some winds along the east slopes of the Cascades; and clearing for the weekend with temperatures peaking in the mid 50s Saturday and Sunday with calmer winds. High country snow lines and freezing elevations significantly climb higher through the weekend.

The Lower Deschutes Canyon will have clear weather after Friday morning, remaining clear through the weekend with highs in the 50s, lows in the 30s. The weather remains consistent through mid-week next week.

Mid-Columbia Gorge area will see high temperatures in the 50s through the weekend and into next week. There will be some showers on Friday and clearing for the weekend and into next week. There will be light winds to start the weekend, increasing on Sunday and into the first half of next week.

Lower Deschutes River:

The Lower Deschutes flows spiked last weekend and dropped through the week, slowly leveling with slighter drops right now. The river is again coming into somewhat high, but fishable levels. The muddy color so prevalent last weekend subsided to just a slightly tannin color, getting better each day.

Middle Deschutes River: The river level is up. No recent reports over this last week. I checked out the river along Lower Bridge Road and find that it is getting high. Despite this, the Middle Deschutes has been fishing well.

Lake Billy Chinook: No new reports. The Metolius Arm closed October 31.

Crooked River: Crooked River flows needed to increase, and indeed spiked end of last week and dropped since last weekend. Flows at the dam are near 50 CFS, and although fishable, are low and steady like they have been all fall.

This time of year, and through the winter, the Crooked fishes well. Friends have started catching more fish nymphing – Perdigons have been the ticket. Nymphing is consistent and anglers are catching redsides and whitefish.

I was on the Metolius earlier this week, before the cooler weather blew in on Monday. It was a somewhat quiet day, a little overcast, and the first of the winds were just starting to blow in the treetops. During the morning I noted a few flies in the air over the river, when I looked downstream from Allingham Bridge.

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The Guides Forecast
Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:

Central Columbia Gorge Cohos and Walleye. Metolius and Fall Rivers Consistent for Trout.

Weather Outlook Across Central and Eastern Oregon:


There will be some spotty morning showers Friday and some winds along the east slopes of the Cascades; and clearing for the weekend with temperatures peaking in the mid 50s Saturday and Sunday with calmer winds. High country snow lines and freezing elevations significantly climb higher through the weekend.

The Lower Deschutes Canyon will have clear weather after Friday morning, remaining clear through the weekend with highs in the 50s, lows in the 30s. The weather remains consistent through mid-week next week.

Mid-Columbia Gorge area will see high temperatures in the 50s through the weekend and into next week. There will be some showers on Friday and clearing for the weekend and into next week. There will be light winds to start the weekend, increasing on Sunday and into the first half of next week.

Lower Deschutes River:

The Lower Deschutes flows spiked last weekend and dropped through the week, slowly leveling with slighter drops right now. The river is again coming into somewhat high, but fishable levels. The muddy color so prevalent last weekend subsided to just a slightly tannin color, getting better each day.

Middle Deschutes River: The river level is up. No recent reports over this last week. I checked out the river along Lower Bridge Road and find that it is getting high. Despite this, the Middle Deschutes has been fishing well.

Lake Billy Chinook: No new reports. The Metolius Arm closed October 31.

Crooked River: Crooked River flows needed to increase, and indeed spiked end of last week and dropped since last weekend. Flows at the dam are near 50 CFS, and although fishable, are low and steady like they have been all fall.

This time of year, and through the winter, the Crooked fishes well. Friends have started catching more fish nymphing – Perdigons have been the ticket. Nymphing is consistent and anglers are catching redsides and whitefish.

I was on the Metolius earlier this week, before the cooler weather blew in on Monday. It was a somewhat quiet day, a little overcast, and the first of the winds were just starting to blow in the treetops. During the morning I noted a few flies in the air over the river, when I looked downstream from Allingham Bridge.

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The Guides Forecast
Central Oregon Fishing Reports - Contributor Glenn Zinkus reports:
(Glenn will be providing fresh reports every OTHER week through the winter season.) This week's report...


Weather Outlook Across Central and Eastern Oregon:

The areas with higher elevation and proximity to the Cascades received copious amounts of snow starting last Christmas evening that continues to affect access to some waters and remains a consideration when deciding where to fish.

The extreme cold is currently giving way to more normal daytime temperatures. Snow is expected on New Year’s Eve daytime through much of the high desert, with more accumulation in the higher elevations and locations near the Cascades, like the Metolius River. Saturday and Sunday daytimes look to be great; sunny with temperatures in the 30s. Mixed precipitation is in the forecast next week.

ODFW News - Angling Restrictions

Deschutes River

Mouth to Moody Rapids - Includes the Deschutes River mouth at the westbound Interstate 84 Bridge upstream to the marker at the lower end of Moody Rapids.

  • All angling is closed through December 31.
Moody Rapids to Pelton Dam - Includes the Deschutes River from the marker at the lower end of Moody Rapids upstream to Pelton Reregulating Dam.

  • November 1 – December 31: Closed to angling for and retention of steelhead and coho.
Mouth at westbound I-85 bridge upstream to the Pelton Dam regulating reservoir -

  • Closed to all angling for and retention of steelhead from Jan. 1 to May 31, 2022.
  • All other permanent rules for the Central Zone, as stated in the 2022 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations, remain in effect.
Lower Deschutes River:

Lower Deschutes flows are steady at typical winter levels. It’s been cold and snowy this week between Christmas and New Years. With the onset of winter temperatures and conditions, blue wing olives are the primary hatch during the early afternoons. Nymphing will produce on the Lower Deschutes. Best fishing starts during the late morning and continues through the afternoon up until sunset.

Heard Panther Martins were working well – have a little blue color on the lure. Best to clip the treble and use a single hook, please.

Crooked River: Flows remain low and steady. With the snow and cold temperatures over this past holiday week, there is some icing along the edges.

Blue Wing Olive and midges will be the primary surface action, especially during the warmest time of day during the early afternoons. Most of the action will be on nymphing – Perdigons have been the ticket. Nymphing is consistent and anglers are catching redsides and whitefish.

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