North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast May 1st, 2020

North Coast Fishing Report – Although spring Chinook are starting to show in the Tillamook district, we’re still weeks away from peak season. Historically, mid-May was the most productive period for springers here. Now, some of the best fishing takes place in mid to late June. There have been reports of spring Chinook caught in…

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Willamette River Fishing Report and Forecast May 1st, 2020

Willamette River Fishing Report – It’s definitely an off again, off again, kinda on, off again fishery here on the Willamette. There’s more challenging day than successful ones. We’re really going to test the number of fish per hour of effort this year. The Multnomah Channel has been a bit of an exception however. There…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast May 1st, 2020

Clackamas River Fishing Report – With access limited, so are the fishing reports. That said, winter steelhead will be tailing off and more summer steelhead should start to show in the catch. Bank angling is the best option right now with the upper reaches having the best mix (read: spent winter runs and some summer…

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Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast May 1st, 2020

Columbia River Fishing Report – Although there is nothing to report other than passage at Bonneville is improving things are looking up for the Columbia fishery. If you didn’t catch it in the Fisheries Update section, there is going to be a joint state call between Oregon and Washington tomorrow afternoon, to discuss the re-opening…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports May 1st, 2020

From TGF contributor Tim Moran: The “traditional opener” last weekend was pretty good in most spots. Here is how it went and what to expect this week… Odell Lake –  Kokanee were biting from the surface down to about 30 feet.  I expect the schools are probably that thick so you can catch them  in the top…

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