Lava Lake

What to Expect in July

HATCH NYM/
LAR
PUPA/
EMER
DUN/
ADLT
EGG-
LAY
Callibaetis
Longhorn caddis
Traveling sedge
Damselfly
Dragonfly
Midge
Leech

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

 

As the weather heats up, trout will move into deeper water, and fishing may slow down. Look for evening midge hatches as well as midday Callibaetis hatches. You can also be productive with streamers, such as green or black Woolly Buggers.

The best fly fishing is along the shallow north shore, the west shore, and to the west of the resort. Look for shallow shelves that are near deep water; that's where you'll find fish, especially in the morning and evening. Avoid the deep northeast area where the Powerbait and Velveeta anglers congregate.

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

What to expect in 

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Other Info Sources

Confluence Fly Shop 541-678-5351

Fin and Fire 541/548-1503

Fly and Field Outfitters 541-318-1616

The Hook 541-593-2358

The Patient Angler 541-389-6208