Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast

Wild Springers Faring Well on the Clack; Sandy Still Has Biting Springers Clackamas River Fishing Report – The best news going on the Clackamas is that wild spring Chinook are indeed coming back to the Clackamas in good number. Even better news, the ODF&W has permit in hand, to sweep a small percentage of those…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports and Forecast

Sandy Slowing, Clackamas Still Dead Clackamas River Fishing Report – It’s that time again, when more rafters are going down the river, than salmon or steelhead going up. It’s not like anglers are losing all that much anyway, the spring Chinook fishing is closed due to low returns, and the summer steelhead return is dismal…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Report and Forecast

Clackamas Closing to Spring Chinook, Sandy the Obvious Favorite Clackamas River Fishing Report – It’s pretty simple at this point; spring Chinook fishing is closed, the hatchery may not make hatchery broodstock needs. Summer steelhead numbers are depressed, and that won’t change in the near future. The Guide’s Forecast – Avoid this river system like…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Report April 26th, 2019

Clackamas River Fishing Report – Although not many people are fishing on the Clackamas, except when it was the only game in town, action is fair for late winter steelhead and a few early arriving summer run fish. Garth Wyatt, fish manager for PGE on the Clackamas has a successful weekend day, landing two nice,…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports – Water levels on the Clackamas have been on a steady, albeit gradual decline since the 15th of June. Forecast graphs indicate that same gradual reduction in water levels will to continue through the Fourth of July. Sandy River levels have been dropping by an almost imperceptible degree, just…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports

With a flow of 1,300 cfs, the Clackamas River is not only low but clear, a double barreled problem for those of us who are chasing spring Chinook and summer steelhead here. While water levels at the Sandy bumped up over half a foot on Tuesday this week, they started dropping again right away and…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports

Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports – The Clackamas water level drop is pretty much a straight line that can be tracked from over a week ago through today and into the middle of May. It’s a drop from low to lower. It’s this way everywhere this year. Sandy River water levels have dropped over…

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