The weather in Oregon seems to be improving. Next week we are expecting mid-50’s with cold evenings. Give it a month and we will be on the Deschutes River in eastern Oregon. Although we love to fish for the almighty Chinook Salmon there is a fever that starts about this time of year, a fever that intensifies as the weather gets better. We drive by or float any water way and we notice (we being those of us with this fever) the bug hatches in the morning and evening, the riffles that we know are holding the last big trout in the northwest.
The video we posted, in titled “drift”. Received some great comments from our readers. One reader posted a comment, “ That made my day, cant wait to get there. Forget the springers, bring on the Redsides.” Its coming, the weather is changing, bugs are beginning to dance on the water, soon we will be casting on the Deschutes River. I’m with Dave Abott, “Bring on the Redsides!”
The Video below is another great one. It starts a little slow, but give it time… Enjoy. 🙂
You may have notice a slow down on the posts this week… We are working hard on the Rogue River Outfitters new website. So stand by on that, its coming soon.
Still a few spots open on our Deschutes Fly Fishing schedule. Give us a call lets see if we can fit you in… Lets go fishing.