North Coast Fishing Report

Springers, Halibut, and Lingcod, Oh My! North Coast Fishing Report – We reported LAST WEEK about the various boat ramps re-opening to spring Chinook anglers in Tillamook. Click back to last week’s report for that information. This week, the Port of Garibaldi is lifting some of its restrictions for boaters, allowing access to the lower…

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Columbia River Fishing Report

More Spring Chinook Opportunity for Mainstem Columbia River Anglers Columbia River Fishing Report – Well, while we should be excited for additional opportunity on the mainstem Columbia River, there’s a reason we have additional opportunity on the mainstem Columbia River. Fishing for spring Chinook was challenging on the last 4-day opener that concluded on May…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports

Action is heating up along Century Drive for Rainbow, Browns and Kokanee This is Tim’s report from late last week. Tim is practicing social distancing this week, in his favorite fishing holes back on the east side. Some of you may have seen this posted over the weekend but for those that did not, it…

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Willamette River Fishing Report and Forecast

We’ve Passed the Peak, but Spring Chinook Remain a Fair Option on the Willamette. We still have several weeks, or even over a month of fair to good spring Chinook fishing on the mainstem Willamette River. Biters will be found through the fourth of July holiday. That said, we’re past the peak season if you…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast

More Springers and Summer Steelhead on the Sandy River! Clackamas River Fishing Report – Mike from Fishermen’s Marine and Outdoor reported that anglers remain challenged with access to the river. Many of the parks along the river remain closed and boat ramps remain hard to access as well. Those that have accessed the river however…

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Oregon and SW Washington Fisheries Update

More Opportunity for Columbia River Spring Chinook Anglers! Willamette Valley/Metro – That’s right! Fishery managers concluded that the spring Chinook anglers of the Columbia River fell far short of achieving their allocation in the previous 4-day opener that closed on Wednesday, May 13th. Although it seemed catches picked up on Wednesday, fishery managers adopted another…