March Brown mayflies continue to hatch from 2-4pm on the lower McKenzie. Dry fly fishing has actually been whatever from challenging to great. Establishing on a “feeding lane” throughout the hatch and providing sporadic mayfly replicas appeared to be the most reliable technique the 2 days I invested out on the lower river today. Cooler afternoons are seeing Blue Winged Olives mix in the later part of the March Brown hatch. Providing smaller sized Parachute Adams or Olive Haze patterns has actually likewise achieved success.
Water levels have actually shown up a a bit given that the sixth of April however they are still outstanding for spring fishing. Delight in!