Silvey's Flyfishing

Silvey's Flyfishing

Friday, June 18, 2010


The Stonefly hatch is finally done in the Maupin area the fish will still hit the big bugs but they will also refuse it more often.
The last few days the best dries have been Little Yellow Sally's, Parachute Caddis, Elk Hair Caddis and Parachute PMD's.
The best nymph's are Bead Head Caddis Pupae or Diving Caddis fished in the pocket water.

Sunday, June 13, 2010


The Deschutes is back into shape and still fishing great. In the Maupin area there are still a few Golden Stones and yes they are still eating Chubby.
My best flies the last few days have been a Golden Chubby #6 with a Silvey's beadhead Caddis #14 dropper or a Silvey's Diving Caddis#14 dropper.
There has also been some great May fly Hatches, fishing a PMD parachute #16 or a PED soft hackle #12 have also been good producers.
The big Caddis hatches are also starting with the warmer weather, #14 Elk Hair tan body is a good choice.

Sunday, June 6, 2010


With all the Rain this last week the Deschutes finally got to high to fish.
So what can you do when all the rivers are to high, you go lake fishing!
Here are some shots from the lake we fished.

Before the water got to high the fishing was AWESOME,I would guess by Wed or Thur the river should be down enough to fish.
There are still Golden Stones in the grass in Maupin so Chubby should still work
The mayfly hatches have been crazy with the cloudy weather, PED, PMD, Green Drakes.
So now its a waiting game till the end of the week.
I will keep you posted.