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Old 05-09-2010, 10:53 AM
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I'm planning on fishing these here in Oregon, but I still know very little about them.

Does anyone have any suggestions on any particular rivers at what time of year? Also, any flies that are your "go-to"?

I know that the "reverse spider" is a favorite, and you can fish it in many different ways, from dead drift to swinging or stripping. Any other suggestions?
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Old 05-09-2010, 03:37 PM
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Hi oregonism,

I never fished for them when I lived for Washington but I did hear about the Siletz River in Oregon. I also heard that many of the coastal rivers have a run of Searun Cutts. There are several sections of the Siletz that you can float. You will have to do some home work on when to fish. I think they feed on Salmon Spawn so any of the Spawn flies would be a good bet. They are also caught while fishing for Steelhead so some of the Steelhead flies may work. You need to locate a fly shop in Lincoln City or even New Port and make a friend. If you live far from there give them a call about the right time of the year to fish.

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