Willamette River Fishing Report April 24th, 2020

Willamette River Fishing Report – The lower Willamette River was once again the place to be, especially if it was hatchery fish you were seeking. The reach from the mouth to St. Johns Bridge, including Multnomah Channel produced over 500 keeper springers last week, the best of the season of course. There were reliable reports…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast April 24th, 2020

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast April 24th, 2020

Clackamas River Fishing Report – With few boat ramps open, traffic and subsequent success rates are low. There remains fair to good numbers of wild winter steelhead in the upper reaches of the Clackamas with a few fresh fish still coming in. Again, there are few in pursuit for obvious reasons. Summer steelhead are starting…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports April 24th, 2020

Since ODF&W is on hiatus, we’re especially grateful for our friend Tim Moran’s report this week. Thanks Tim, take a gander at this load of information: Well this is (was) the traditional opener back in the day when there was such a thing – but the 3rd weekend in April still is a special weekend…

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Columbia River Fishing Report April 24th, 2020

Columbia River Fishing Report – While there isn’t much to report from the Columbia River as far as salmon, steelhead or sturgeon fishing goes, anglers that know there way around the Columbia River bar and how to fish for bottomfish off of the sunken and south jetty did really well on the soft tides and…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update April 24th, 2020

Willamette Valley/Metro – The Willamette River has been the go-to spot for trollers, with the Multnomah Channel producing the best catches here lately. All reaches of river are producing now, but with the low, clear water conditions upon us once more, the lower river anglers are picking off the cream of the crop before springers…

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