Davis Lake

What to Expect in June

HATCH NYM/
LAR
PUPA/
EMER
DUN/
ADLT
EGG-
LAY
Callibaetis
Gray drake
Damselfly
Dragonfly
Midge
Scud
Leech
Baitfish
Terrestrial beetle
Ant

Hatches divided by half-month.
 Super    Major    Minor    Slight    None

 

Trout will be eager for Callibaetis hatches and midge hatches. An olive size 8-10 Woolly Bugger can be productive, too; try wind drifting in large open parts of the lake.

Bass fishing near the reeds at the north end will improve as the bass come off their spawn. During the full moon cycle, your best topwater action will come from near dusk to one hour after sunset (the end of legal fishing) and from one hour before sunrise (the start of legal fishing) until the sun is out.

For more information on June fishing, see the Lakes section of the General Oregon Report

What to expect in 

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Other Info Sources

The Caddis Fly Angling Shop 541-342-7005

Confluence Fly Shop 541-678-5351

Fin and Fire 541/548-1503

The Hook 541-593-2358

Sunriver Fly Shop 541-593-8814