Thanks but this was one of two fish we caught last night. Trust me, this one was pure sh*thouse luck! Keep in touch if you plan on heading this way. The bright sunny days push the hatch back until about 9:15 which gives you about 45 minutes of mayhem. If there is any wind (last night) you might as well be fishing blind. It's pure guess work trying to determine if the 'bloop' you here 15 feet in front of you is a fish sipping your PMD. I missed 6 takes between 9:45 and 10:00 pm. IF you get some cloud cover, the BWO's come off around 5:00 pm which gives you about 5 hours of mayhem. The bigger fish do seem a little thin due to the flood. The 14-17 inch fish seem to be in good condition and fight well. There are even some crappie in the water that survived getting shot out of the bottom of the dam. There are also about 5000 (???) crappie scattered throughout the sagebrush that are quite commical to see. I also saw about a 10 pound carp in the shallows last night!
I'll be heading toward Prineville Reservoir in 12 days. Anyone got any hot spot suggestions??