Columbia River Fishing Report July 19th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report July 19th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report – It was an amazing run on the Columbia, or really, just outside of it. My dream 2 weeks culminated with my first ever, sighting of orca about 9 miles west of the mouth of the Columbia. I’ve been waiting 30 years for such a sighting, as you’ll hear in the…

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Columbia River Fishing Report July 5th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report July 5th, 2019

Columbia River Fishing Report – Despite the mainstem having little feasible opportunity for salmon and steelhead, there is great opportunity happening now in adjacent waters (the ocean) for coho and some Chinook. Catch and release sturgeon fishing remains awesome too! Let’s get the mainstem out of the way. Yes, still closed to summer Chinook, but…

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North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast May 31st, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast May 31st, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report – It’s still doldrums fishing in the Tillamook district. Although we’re in a historical peak period for springers in Tillamook Bay and the Trask River, catches in recent years have not been impressive. That has been the case this year, with just an occasional fish being taken on the recent hold-over…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports for July 15

We are appreciative of the National Weather Service and their reports of river levels, flows and changes. The Clackamas forecast, though, caused some raised eyebrows as it is flat, 900 cfs for the foreseeable future. While that’s unlikely, we’re confident that little change in flows will occur and the river is stable. Level and flow…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Report for April 8th

Water condition can be a critical element in river fishing, particularly for anadromous fishes, that said, look for the Clackamas to be in the rise over the next couple of days, dropping on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the coming week, If, that is, the NOAA forecast remains accurate. They’re predicting snowmelt, after all. On…

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Clackamas and Sandy River Fishing Reports

Same river, same story, different week. This, as the Clackamas continues its gradual moderation in level and flow. If there’s a difference this week, it’s in the water temperature as it’s higher than ever. While Sandy River water levels and flow have been fairly stable over the past 10 days or so, the water is…

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