North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast November 26th, 2015

North Coast Fishing Report – Following last weeks flood event, another round of productive Chinook salmon fishing took place this week. As early as Saturday, anglers fishing the smaller systems such as the Kilchis, Necanicum and Upper Wilson began catching good numbers of fish. Some reported the fishing as excellent, enabling motivated anglers to take…

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Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast November 26th – February 2016

Columbia River Fishing Report – Unless something changes, we’ll be halting reports for the Columbia River. I say the same thing every year, it’s hard to believe that the mighty Columbia is NOT the place to go for winter fishing. Like I said however, if that changes, you will know. Forecast – We’ll be putting…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Nov 20th

While steelheading was slow over the past weekend, the Chinook spawn is winding down. This is good news for anglers targeting steelhead as the salmon tend to bully them, which creates a situation where they are less prone to strike. Trout fishing had slowed at the last report. The Deschutes showed signs of rising only…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Nov 20th

Clackamas anglers have been bemoaning low, clear water conditions, comparing them to the dog-days of summer on a drought year. Well, that was then, or rather, before rainfall this week pushed the level and flow close to high water action levels overnight on Wednesday this week. Anglers are hoping for late coho action or early…

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Willamette, McKenzie & Santiam Rivers Fishing Report for Nov 20th

Water temp at Willamette Falls dropped from about 55 degrees down to 49 over the past two weeks. Predictably, visibility has been greatly reduced as well by muddy water flowing not only from the river upstream but all the tributaries which feed it. Fish passage is fairly dismal but it’s not all bad news for…

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Columbia River Fishing Report

Columbia River Fishing Report – This report will be updated in the spring. It’s been a productive one but it’s time to throw in the towel here. It’ll be a crabbing show until domoic acid takes its toll here as well. Stay tuned…….. The Guide’s Forecast – Tide exchanges are climbing this weekend so don’t…

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Oregon Fisheries Update November 20th, 2015

Willamette Valley Fishing Report – Salmon fishing on the mainstem Columbia is over. There will continue to be some action for Chinook in the Hanford reach and steelhead in the John Day Pool and John Day Arm but all other fisheries are effectively over. With the steelhead run this year sub-par, don’t expect very good…

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Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast November 13th – 19th, 2015

Columbia River Fishing Report – Readers will gradually see this section laid to rest as the Chinook run downstream of Bonneville is effectively over. What Chinook remain are in spawning mode and should be left alone. Crabbing on the lower Columbia remains good and the forecast is for even better crabbing ahead. Pressure is growing,…

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North Coast Fishing Report November 13th – 19th, 2015

North Coast Fishing Report – It’s that time of year again when drivers need to exercise additional caution heading for coastal fishing areas. Highway 6 at the summit has been subject to freezing temperatures at times this week and has been slippery. Take it slow to arrive and return safely. Boaters still plying the waters…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Report

Despite decent numbers of summer steelhead spread throughout the lower Deschutes, hooking one has been a challenge. Fishing has been slow as the steelhead present seem disinterested in anglers’ offerings. The best chance of a hookup seems to be from Maupin to Warm Springs. White River continues to spew so the river downstream is slightly…

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