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water-temp Water Temp 54F

Daily Report

April 06 2021

Monday was another day with plenty of sunshine, some colder temp's in the morning but by the afternoon it reached into the 50's. We have really nice weather in the forecast with dry and very mild temperatures expected for the remainder of the week. Check the water level for the latest update, yesterday the dam release came down to 350cfs. With the temperature expected to be above freezing at night along with warm and sunny conditions during the day the water temperature will continue to rise. As of right now we currently have a mix of spawning fish holding in and around the gravel areas along with fish that have completed the spawning process and are dropping back.  Those fish tend to hold in the faster water of the bigger holes and larger runs. For those anglers who are fly fishing, dead drifting with egg patterns or swinging streamers with sinking leaders has produced the best results.  For those anglers who are bottom bouncing or float fishing, pink and blue egg sacs, beads or pink worms has produced the best results.  

Monday - Saturday; 6:00AM - 7:00PM.

Sunday;  6:00AM - 5:00PM.

Suggested Patterns;

STREAMERS: Beadhead woolly buggers in, black, olive, brown, white, peacock, grizzly, size 8. Egg sucking leeches in black, purple, size 6. Chicken little in pink, orange, chart, size 8.

EGG PATTERNS: Steak-n-eggs in orange, pink, size 10. Steelie omelet in chart, cerise, peach, size 10. Estaz eggs in chart, pink, blue, orange, white, purple, size 10. Glo-bugs in pink, blue, oregon cheese, red, orange, size 10. Sucker spawn in cream, white, chart, pink, blue, orange, size 8.

NYMPHS: Rusher nymphs in pink, blue, purple, chart, size 10,  Steelhead hammer in red, orange, chart, blue, pink, purple, size 10. Pheasant tails size 10, Prince Nymph size 10, Beadhead stoneflies in black, brown, golden, size 10. Copper John in green, gold, black, red, size 10. Hare's ear in black, natural, size 10. Rubber legged stones in black, brown, size 10.

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