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July 9, 2018

The PMDs showed up and the fishing has really picked up.  Nymphing is good early in the day, with dry fly action in certain spots really strong in the late afternoon into the evening.  The numbers of fish are still down from what we saw 3-4 years ago even, but the size...

June 6, 2018

The river is not on fire yet.  Things are slow but there are fish to be had.  Most of the action is still subsurface with nymphs and streamers until the PMD's show up.  There are Caddis bouncing around the lower river in the evening and a few small BWO's and midges hat...

July 11, 2017

When I need to get some fishing in, often the mornings are a great option for me. I can get up early hit the river for a couple hours, and be back to the office

June 29, 2017

Fly Fishing Report on the Owyhee River based on a first hand trip to the river on June 25, 2017

May 26, 2017

Well the time has finally come!  Flows dropped on the Owyhee River below the Dam last night to 275 cfs.  Perfect for wading!  That low rumble you hear is the stampede of wading boots headed for the river.  

April 24, 2017

As we near the end of  another month the flows are still high from the run off.  Flows currently are up around 1600 cfs as we speak.  Too high for wading, but if you are adventurous you can float it in a raft or drift boat. 

It's just a guess but in forec...

March 8, 2017

Flows below the dam were bumped up to 338cfs then were bumped again to 565cfs today.  Where they stop is anyone's guess.  It is still possible to fish at these flows but wading will become much more difficult.   Streamers, streamers, streamers.  The last year we saw fl...

March 2, 2017

First a current report.  The river was recently raised to 255cfs.  Wadeable but much higher than normal this time of year, and the fish seem to have not adjusted quite yet.  I like to fish dry flies, and on a trip up to the river yesterday I found very few fish up feed...