Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast April 19th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast April 19th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report – Fishery managers once again extended a weekend opportunity for sport anglers on the lower Columbia downstream of Bonneville. Following last weekend’s high water, low productivity fishery, managers decided we were far from attaining the sport quota downstream of Bonneville and gave us another 2 days (Saturday and Sunday, April 20th…

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SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 19th, 2019

SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 19th, 2019

From Pete Heley at PeteHeley.com Heavy rains last week greatly raised pond and lake levels and caused muddy water and near flood conditions in many streams and it is highly unlikely that Johnson Mill Pond, located in a swampy, muddy area, received its trout plant on schedule. Eel and Tenmile Creeks are not muddy and…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for April 19th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for April 19th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports – from Tim Moran Well, The rivers with the exception of the Metolius are over full and when we finally get a little melt the rivers further east will be raging as well. The Ana River is fishing okay on BWO’s and nymphs and the Metolius is always a…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update for April 19, 2019

Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update for April 19, 2019

Willamette Valley/Metro – With Portland area rivers on the high side all week, spring Chinook fishing as well as steelheading has come to a screeching halt. Anglers have been side-lined with the exception of the mainstem Columbia, where fishers had a weekend opportunity to once again try for the region’s most prized fish. Success rates…