North Coast Fishing Report April 3rd, 2020

North Coast Fishing Report – Anglers are STRONGLY advised to check local regulations as the upper reaches of several north coast streams CLOSE to steelhead fishing beginning April 1st to protect spawning populations of wild fish. DO CHECK THE REGULATION BOOKLET to make sure your favorite reach remains open. Other rivers such as the Necanicum…

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SW Oregon Fishing Report – April 3rd, 2020

SW Oregon Fishing Report – From the ODF&W recreation report COOS RIVER BASIN: marine species Anglers have been catching lingcod, rockfish, and greenling while fishing along the jetty and submerged rock structures in Coos Bay.  The daily bag limit for marine fish is 5 of which only one can be a copper, quillback or China rockfish. Anglers…

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Central Oregon Fishing Report April 3rd, 2020

From our friend Tim Moran But this new from this week: “The Metolius fished well over the weekend for nymphs. My friend was the only one of the river from Allinham to the canyon.” (A reprint from last week): First, the big news – With State Parks shut down there is no access to, or…

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Eastern Oregon Fishing Report April 3rd, 2020

Eastern Oregon Fishing Report – From the ODF&W recreation report: GRANDE RONDE RIVER: trout, whitefish, bass, steelhead The Grande Ronde is currently running a bit high, but the forecast calls for it to drop significantly into next week and be good shape for fishing. Fishing for steelhead in late winter and early spring can be quite…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update April 3rd, 2020

Willamette Valley/Metro – Effort and subsequent catch did dip this week, but it’s mostly effort that dropped, likely due to the “Shelter” guidelines issued by the Governor’s office lately. That said, effort didn’t suffer that much so we’re hopeful people are adhering to the 6 foot social distancing guidelines that are out there from the…

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast April 3rd, 2020

Clackamas River Fishing Report – Fishing has remained subdued on the Clackamas, especially with the blanket Clackamas County Boat Ramp closures. It wasn’t a great season to begin with, it’s only more challenging for boaters at this point. Bank anglers have more opportunity than usual, there just aren’t a lot of hatchery fish available to…

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Willamette River Fishing Report April 3rd, 2020

Willamette River Fishing Report – COVID-19 hasn’t seem to have stopped the motivation for a Willamette River spring Chinook. Yes, effort did drop since the previous week, but it’s hard to say if it was because of the COVID-19 virus or a change in the weather. I’m sure both were factors. You can look at…

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Columbia River Fishing Report April 3rd, 2020

Columbia River Fishing Report – No need for a Forecast section this week since we can’t fish. No need for a report for that matter. The big news? Well, it’s not all that bit, 65 adult spring Chinook have passed Bonneville Dam to date. Good for them, bad for us that want to catch them.…

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