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Willamette River spring Chinook action is finally tapering at the mouth of the Willamette and lower Multnomah Channel. With the spring Chinook run largely complete and summer Chinook numbers tapering at Bonneville, the Willamette fishery is effectively over.

Coho will arrive in early September.

Clackamas River Fishing Report

Not surprisingly, not much has changed for Clackamas River anglers. Flows are low, the water is warm and the fish are spooked, what few fish are present that is.

Effort remains light and creel check season is over, but persistent anglers are still pursuing summer steelhead in the system.

Sandy River Fishing Report

Avid angler Jeff Stoeger reports, “Hello All. This week report is short and sweet. Last week most of the action was taking place from mid-river to the hatchery. Spinners, jigs tipped with shrimp and eggs were the tickets for success. The river is still running glacial green with lots of algae and weeds growing on the bottom of the river. You will have to check your rigs often to make sure there clear of weeds.

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