April 13 2015
Please check the waterline for the latest update. On Monday we had summer like conditions with blue skies, plenty of sunshine and the temperature reached 75 degrees. We still have melting snow coming off the Tughill, so were still getting runoff. With the high water very few anglers have been fishing, but the anglers who still made the trip are making the most of tough conditions. Anglers we have staying in the motel have been fishing some of the smaller local tributaries and getting into some fish on pink and chartreuse egg sacs. Another option for bank anglers has been some of the side channels or diversions off the main river.
Sparkle stone in black, size 10.
Steelhead Hammer in black, blue, red, size 12.
Glo-bugs in oregon cheese, pink, orange, size 10
Sucker spawn in cream, white, orange, size 8.
Hot Bead Woolly Buggers in black, olive, size 10
Double Beadhead black stone, size 10-12
Beadhead black stone. size 6-10.
Wiggle stone in chart, pink and peacock. size 10
Steak-N-Eggs in orange, pink, chart. size 10.
Hare’s ear in black, olive, natural, size 10.