Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Our last multi-day on the Lower Deschutes river this season was in mid November. We lucked out with the weather... big time. The weather in November can be variable. One day it can be 50 degrees, the next day snowing. During this trip we got 3 days of 50+ degrees. It made for pleasant fishing and the fish responded accordingly. We recorded our best catch rates of the season, hooking 31, and landing 22! The hot fly was a MOAL leech, black with an orange bead head. We caught fish on traditional wet flies, as well as other leech patterns.
What a great way to end the season.