OWYHEE FLY FISHING
SCOTT OLSON & CHARLEY BEALS
MARCH 10, 2020
The Owyhee river in Eastern Oregon is a managed Trophy Brown Trout river. Being a tail water, the constant flow and temperature create a prime feeding habitat for growing BIG trout. They are not leader shy as the water is usually a stained green but the trick is the hooking and landing a 24” Trout on a #20 midge.
If you have every wanted to fish for trophy brown trout – come and see how we get it done. We’ll be covering time of year, fishing holes, rig set and successful strategies.
The first hatches start by mid-March and can continue into early April. Prime time is late March, often well-timed with Oregon’s spring break.
– Owyhee River Fly Fishing