Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for May 17th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for May 17th, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports From Tim Moran Crane Prairie – It’s still pretty good for trout with more rainbows in the mix. Worms, power bait and dragon fly nymphs under a bobber are all taking fish. The Fly guys are getting fish on leeches, buggers, and small nymphs on intermediate sink lines and…

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Southwest Oregon Fishing Reports for May 17th, 2019

Southwest Oregon Fishing Reports for May 17th, 2019

Southwest Oregon Fishing Reports From Pete Heley at PeteHeley.com The hottest thing going right now is shad fishing on the Umpqua River. Half-day catches of 40+ shad are common at a number of locations, but the best spot recently has been at Sawyers Rapids – and as the river drops it will get even better.…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update May 17th, 2019

Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update May 17th, 2019

Willamette Valley/Metro – Spring Chinook fishing in the Willamette River has nosedived. Creel numbers show the worst week 19 of the season in more than a decade. Despite fair water conditions, warm weather and a high pressure system has caused the bite to tank. The water temperature has eclipsed 62 degrees and spring Chinook should…

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports May 17th, 2019

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports May 17th, 2019

Clackamas River Fishing Report – Once again, the Clackamas River creel report yielded no salmon or steelhead for boat and bank anglers last week. There are certainly fish of both species present, just not in good numbers. With the Willamette fishery drying up, and the fact we’re nearing peak season for the Clackamas River, at…

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