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May Forecast Lakes are peaking. Salmonfly season is upon us, but watch out for redds and smolts! There are a few places to chase steelhead.


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Deschutes / Madras

12 am

2.94 / 4250

54.7 / -

7  30  year

U / F

McKenzie / Vida

12 am

1.32 / 2220

54.7 / -

7  30  year

U / F

Rogue / Dodge Bridge

11 pm Yest.

3.59 / 2590

54.1 / -

7  30  year

U / F

Sandy / Marmot

11 pm Yest.

690.77 / 602

7  30  year

U / F

Oregon News

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Drought Prompts Early Trout Release on Coast Five north coast lakes. By ODFW new  

Spring Chinook Opening on John Day May 20 through June 7. By ODFW 

Plan to Conserve Redband Trout Malheur Lake, Catlow Valley. By ODFW 

Columbia Chinook Season Extended Again May 16- June 15 By ODFW 

Chinook Season Opens on Snake; More Soon Season planned on Grande Ronde, Imnaha, tribs By ODFW 


Oregon Events

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"Fly Fishing Lakes", presented by Rick Hafele. May 28 6:15 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Wesley United Methodist Church 1385 Oakway Road Eugene, OR 97401  Sponsored by Cascade Family Flyfishers Eugene, OR

Women's Casting Clinic. June 13 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Blue Lake Park 20500 NE Marine Dr, Fairview, OR 97024  Sponsored by Stonefly Maidens


Feature Articles

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Review: Fishing Mount Hood Country For many Oregon-based Westflyers, Mount Hood is practically in their backyard. This book will help them explore the fly fishing options. Reviewed by Scott Richmond 

Guest Review: Challenge of the Trout Duane Dunham reviews Gary LaFontaine's 1983 classic, Challenge of the Trout. Has anyone written a better book since then? Reviewed by Duane Dunham 

John Day River Smallmouth Bass Oregon's John Day River is famous for its smallmouth bass fishing. Learn when to go, where to go, and how to catch these feisty fish. Scott Richmond interviews pro guide Marty Sheppard of Little Creek Outfitters. Late spring/early summer is prime tim By Scott Richmond 

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