North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast March 20th, 2020

North Coast Fishing Report – It’s been another quiet week for steelheaders on the north Oregon coast. Low water conditions continue to persist, but savvy anglers are finding ways to get into fish. It’s simply time for steelhead to enter the river, they are just more wary now than if we had good water conditions.…

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Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast March 20, 2020

Columbia River Fishing Report – The weekend creel report speaks for itself. Although there was no check in the gorge fishery, downstream areas consistently reported no fish, no fish, no fish. Neither the bank or boat fishery produced creelable catches this weekend. It’s early for spring Chinook on the mainstem. The bulk of the springers…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast March 20th 2020

Clackamas River Fishing Report – Anglers fishing the Clackamas have been reporting challenging fishing. After the early spurt of fish, many got excited for a robust return this year. Although there are certainly catchable numbers of fish available, anglers will still have to work for them in the current low water conditions. The good weather…

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Willamette River Fishing Report and Forecast March 20th, 2020

Willamette River Fishing Report – Effort was only slightly on the rise for Willamette River spring Chinook anglers. Last week’s catch and effort statistics can best be summed up from ODF&W itself. Lower River (Mouth to St Johns Bridge, including the Multnomah Channel – 9 spring Chinook kept, 6 released for 919 angler trips. Middle…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fishing Report March 20th, 2020

Oregon and SW Washington Fishing Report March 20th, 2020

Willamette Valley/Metro – Spring Chinook effort and catch stayed relatively similar to last week although statistically speaking, anglers this week caught slightly fewer fish and certainly fewer keepers. Like last year, upper river anglers fishing the Oregon City area only caught wild fish, requiring release. Our theory from last year was that all the keepers…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for March 20th, 2020

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for March 20th, 2020

From avid angler and friend Tim Moran: Lower Deschutes River –   – Trout fishing is good. Fishing nymphs throughout the day will take most fish but look of hatches of BWO, caddis and even some sallies.  The weather is going to be great and this will be the first shot at some really good dry…

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