Columbia River Fishing Report

It’s Crabbing Time And The Commercial Fleet Is Delayed Columbia River (Crabbing) Report – It’s crabbing time on the lower Columbia and with the crabbing fleet delayed north of Cape Falcon for the foreseeable future (due to domoic acid levels), lower Columbia River crabbers should continue to do well, very well actually. It’s been just…

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Columbia River Fishing Report

Despite Open Season, Chinook and Coho Are Nearly Gone on the Mainstem Columbia River Fishing Report – Chinook and coho passage at Bonneville Dam remains low, but there’s still a couple dozen fish per day crossing the facility. Between low catch rates and inclement weather, interest is running low however. There remains however, a few…

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Columbia River Fishing Report and Forecast

Salmon Fishing Effectively Over, Few Bright Fish Remain. It’s Crabbing Time Columbia River Fishing Report – Even though Chinook are on the quality decline, anglers in the gorge and in some upriver fisheries, continue to find success pursuing them. There are a few bright fish around, but anglers are mostly playing with a more mature…

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Webinar Driftboating and bank fishing the Wilson River with Pro Guide Bob Rees January 20th

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