Clackamette Question

F
FishSchooler
If you happen to hook-a-nook (and land it) at clackamette while fishing between the clack and the willy, is it considered from the clack or willy? I dont want to keep something I can't keep... Please reply, Im going tomorrow evening.
 
V
VagrantAngler
My understanding is that you have to be East of the 99 Bridge/McLaughlin for the retention of nooks.
 
O
osmosis
Yep upstream of the 99/Mclaughlin bridge for it to be legal.
 
F
FishSchooler
Ok thanks a lot.
Steel is still open for retention for both rivers right?
 
M
metalmania
Yep:D
 
F
FishSchooler
metalmania said:

Oh yippe yay. I hope they bite small green jigheads!

Do shad bite 1/6 oz thomas bouyants or kastmasters?
 
T
Troutier Bassier
I was woundering the same thing about the Kastmasters.
 
T
THE JEFF
Shad will hit almost any thing at one time or another but jig heads are so cheap and easy.
 
F
FishSlayer420
Yeah I usually do best with jigs. But have seen em caught on Thomas's
 
T
Troutier Bassier
I have caught them at Cascade locks with red trebles with oreange/green yarn.
 
F
FishSlayer420
Yeah they are not the smatest fish out there thats for sure
 
L
luv2fish
FishSchooler said:
If you happen to hook-a-nook (and land it) at clackamette while fishing between the clack and the willy, is it considered from the clack or willy? I dont want to keep something I can't keep... Please reply, Im going tomorrow evening.


Man..I was looking on all the replies....everybody talks in circle regarding your question :lol:....anyhoo... no you can't keep any nookies there...if its below the 99 bridge.... simple answer...you can't...
 

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