Thursday, July 24, 2014

SUMMER FISHING REPORT

The fishing has been great.  Get out and get a line wet.


CRANE PRAIRIE
After many years, the damsel's are making a comeback and the fish are loving it!

Bob with a very nice 32" "Crane-bow"!

Flies working at Crane...Damsels, Hale Bopps, Callibaetis Nymphs, South Twin Special, Minnowbuggers, Wiggle Nymphs, RB Squirrel leech, chironomids 


East Lake
Damsels
Callibaetis
Sierra Rose Rufus
Minnowbuggers
Olive Electric Leech
South Twin Specials
Roxy Rainbows

Fall River
Lady Di
PMD's
Yellow Sally's
X Caddis
Midges

Streamers:  Conehead, minnowbuggers
Nymph:  Mr. Peacock, Micro Mays, Roxy rainbow, Frenchie, eggs, white Rufus, slump buster


Fishing on the Crooked River has been productive as well as a couple of clients recently discovered...






Thursday, May 15, 2014

IT'S HERE...TIME TO FLASH YOUR "BOOBIES" AND GO FISHING!

The weather is finally starting to behave and it's time to get the rods out and the lines wet.  

Sunriver Fly Shop is proud to announce a new series of flies with an English persuasion..."Boobies".  Using a sinking line with these foam based flies creates a jigging effect that drive the fish nuts.

YELLOW BLACK BOOBIE

BLACK BOOBIE




Dust off that gear and get out to the water!

Here is the latest fishing report from some of central Oregon's favorite lakes.


CRANE PRARIE:
-RUFUS:  
Use a slow sink intermediate line with Blood Rufus, UV Olive Rufus, Brown Leech Rufus,  Black Blood Rufus

-BOOBIES:  Use a full fast sink line, size 8 black, yellow black, and orange black

In the top six feet of water, size 10 Buggers, South Twin, Cascade, Electric Leech Olive, Black Hale Bopp, Scott's Damsel, Sierra Rose, Olive Rufus are working well


LAVA AND LITTLE LAVA LAKES, HOSMER, SOUTH TWIN, EAST LAKE:
Use slow sink and intermediate lines with:
South Twins
Minnowbuggers
Olive Rufus
White Rufus
Electric Leech Olive
Bill's Lake Fly
Loeberg
Roxy Rainbows
AP Emergers (olive or natural)
Damselbuggers
Scott's Damsel
Brassies
Chan's Caddis Emerger
Buttonater
Blood Rufus
Red Tag Soft Hackle Peacock


Thursday, October 10, 2013

OCTOBER - DECEMBER FISHING REPORT

FALL RIVER - Primary hatch's:
     Midges:  #18-#26
     BWOs:  #16-#22
     Terrestrials:  Lady Di's
     Caddis:  #14-#18

CROOKED RIVER - Primary hatch's:
     Midges:  #18-#22
     BWOs:   #16-#20
     Scuds:    #10-#18
     October Caddis:  #6-#12

DESCHUTES RIVER - Below Benham Falls, primary hatch's:
     BWOs:  #16-#22
     Fall Caddis:  #6-10
     Midges:  #18-#22


Except for October caddis patterns, most patterns are fairly small.  These small patterns call for small tippets (5x-6x).

Don't forget about streamer fishing in the fall.  Streamers can catch the biggest fish in the water.

   

Thursday, September 5, 2013