Things are slowly starting to thaw out here in Harney County. Unfortunately, there isn't a whole lot to thaw in terms of snow which will make it to our local reservoirs. Chickahominy will remain essentially dry this season, it appears, and with that, no fish will be introduced. Before it went dry last year, ODFW did capture a good number of fish from the reservoir and transplanted them into other local waters. With that, time will tell if the other lakes and small reservoirs in the area carry over.
Blitzen: Currently running at 44 cfs, anticipate the flow to increase as the weather warms and the lower elevation snow melts. Only time will tell when this will occur, and how significant the increased water levels will be. Fishing was reported to be unusually slow through the winter. Standard nymphs (GRHE, PT's, Princes) and streamers stripped in the deeper pools would be the go to patterns.
Krumbo Reservoir: Krumbo has been seeing some significant fishing pressure the past couple of weeks, with some fish in the 12-15" range being caught. It is ice free. Slow stripped leech patterns and chironomids should provide some success. Be aware that many roads in that area are turning soft.
No reports on current ice amounts or ice conditions at Yellowjacket, and doubtful that Delintement is reachable due to snow drifts.