Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast March 15th, 2019

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Report Continued cold, dry weather is still hampering steelhead success on the Clackamas and Sandy Rivers. It’s a bit past peak on the Sandy, but hatchery fish should still be available, and Clackamas River anglers are still struggling for consistent success, but we’re just now entering peak season. Sandy River…

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Willamette River Fishing Report March 15th, 2019

Bob is out this week unexpectedly, traveling he picked something up so is unable to participate in this week’s reporting. The report content has been enhanced by information from the ODF&W. Willamette River Fishing Report The Willamette is drawing more interest and Saturday was rumored to be good at Sellwood Bridge. Spring Chinook are still…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports August 24th, 2018

Clackamas River Fishing Report – Much the same on the Clackamas River, rafters and swimmers have inundated the river, making for challenging conditions for anglers to target summer steelhead. Effort continues to wane, but fish remain available and may get more inspired as fall weather comes on. August is commonly one of the more challenging…

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Sandy and Clackamas River Fishing Report and Forecast May 25th, 2018

Sandy River Fishing Report – From Pro guide Jeff Stoeger (503-704-7920), of O2BFISHN Guide Service – This week’s Sandy River report is promising. We captured pictures of two nice springers caught on the Sandy this week. They were caught on blue body spinner with silver blade size 4. ODFW is planning this week to put in the weirs to…

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Sandy and Clackamas River Fishing Report and Forecast May 18th, 2018

Sandy River Fishing Report – From Pro guide Jeff Stoeger (503-704-7920), of O2BFISHN Guide Service – “Well, I hope that everyone had a great Mother’s Day. This week’s report is very promising if you’re looking at chasing springers. There was a good bite over the weekend in the lower river. The river is above normal levels from the Tippy…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports April 28th, 2017

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports – Although there are a few straggler winter steelhead around, anglers have been less than excited to get out on these river systems. Starting with the Sandy, pro guide Jeff Stoeger (503-704-7920) reports, “This week the Sandy blew up with another good amount of rain. The river jumped up by two…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for April 21st

The Clackamas has been gradually rising this week although it has given up a few winter steelhead. Hopes are high that an improvement in water conditions will be reflected in catches. It seemed this week that no matter the weather conditions, water color stayed pretty food on the Sandy River, allowing winter steelheaders to have…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for March 31st

Starting tomorrow, the last day of March, the Clackamas River will begin recovering from months of abuse at the wet, relentless hands of Mother Nature, and a full, if temporary recovery is expected to occur through the middle of the week to come. The trick to fishing the Sandy is that there isn’t one. Some…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for March 3rd

Water level and flow at the Clackamas River have been moderating for over a week. There are winter steelhead in the river but not enough of ‘em, according to steelheaders. With the freezing level high, Sandy water conditions have been decent and winter steelhead are in the system. Find more on Sandy River water conditions…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Feb 24th

There have been a few winter steelhead taken out of the Clackamas River (between ‘water event’s which sent the river perilously close to the ’Alert’ stage as recently as Friday, February 17th). But that was then. While the Sandy River was cause for concern over the past week as waters rose, the river crested on…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Feb 10th

The Clackamas is high as of 6 PM Thursday, February 9th. While it is still on the rise, it should be hearing crest shortly or cresting currently. That data bit is worth mentioning as the crest is forecast to be just shy of flood level at somewhere around 22,000 cfs. Honestly, with water this high,…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Feb 3rd

As of 10’oclock on the morning of February 2nd, the Clack was flowing at a skinny 1,860 cfs according to the gauge at Estacada with the water temperature a chilly 39.8 degrees and dropping. Water level and flow at the Sandy River have been on a long, downhill slide since the 23rd of January. With…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Jan 27th

Following a crest on the Clackamas River at 15 feet and over 7,500 cfs on January 18th, the waters have dropped with flows moderating to 2,00 cfs as of January 26th. There have been several reports of fresh winter steelhead landed this week. The Sandy River is so over that storm with ice and snow…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Jan 13th

Clackamas water levels are good for fishing and clarity is seldom a problem here – water conditions are good. Reports of winter steelhead catches are spotty but are coming in with regularity now. Waters of the Sandy River have been fluctuating but dropping for the most part over the past week. As with many Oregon…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for Dec 16th

The Clackamas River didn’t get hit as hard as many expected as a result of the recent precipitation. High on December 12th, water levels and flow have been dropping since that date. Influences on the Sandy River are evident periodically, as is the case this week when water rose only a few feet and that…

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