Hearing a couple of reports from Mann Lake and, unfortunately, they seem to be echoing what ODFW has been saying...little water to be found. ODFW states in their weekly recreation report that in many areas there is/was only a foot of water to be found under the ice. Reports that Kiger Creek Fly Shop has been receiving are much the same; mud, low water, no sign of fish, no strikes for those trying to fish. If things pick up, it will be posted here. But for now, trips planned for SE Oregon may want to focus on other water bodies.
Beulah Reservoir is at 63% full as of today.
With Owyhee Reservoir at 77% full, anglers below the dam are finding the tailwater swift at 952 cfs, or nearly 700 cfs above what we normally see.
Krumbo Reservoir is ice free and should be fishing fair to good. Perhaps a report will be coming soon from KCFS staff!
The Blitzen is running most days in the 55-75 cfs range. Upcoming warm weather could push that number upward...