Across the river from the upper end of the Park is a decent Chinook hole. About 28 feet deep, and over 60 feet long. Used to fill in with fish, and you backed eggs, under a diver to 'em. Not enough current to Backbounce, but if you ran sliding 30 footers, it was perfect. But I have not hooked many Steelhead through that stretch. It is hard to target small pods of fish when the shipping lane is as wide as the river. Flat muddy bottom. Drift bait close to the bank, and look for fish huddled up in the shade. If it is warm enough, drift Spinners. Start out along the bank and cast another couple feet farther every time, until you are as far as you can cast. Maintain contact, but don't retrieve. Just drift it. I did see a guy in a Kayak pull a Steelhead out, about a half mile above the confluence with the Molalla. Santiam Summer. Noodle Tagged and all. Got it on a Chinook egg bait. Good luck out there!