Portland/metro fishing report

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With Willamette spring Chinook and Columbia River summer Chinook passage on the drop, catches in the lower Willamette and Multnomah Channel are also starting to slow. There’s still an early bird bite at the mouth of the Willamette, but the fishery is waning by the week.

Catches of summer steelhead on the mainstem Columbia are also slow, as one would expect for the paltry showing of hatchery and wild fish currently underway. There should be a real concern for these fish this year, they are in dire straights.

Clackamas River Fishing Report

No surprise here, the Clackamas River continues to be unimpressive as far as salmon and steelhead fishing goes. There’s little effort for little “product,” therefore, few reports coming from this once-great fishery.

Sandy River Fishing Report

Avid angler Jeff Stoeger reports, “Hello All. I hope that everyone is doing well for the river has dropped to its summer time low and could drop maybe another couple of inches. The river is running glacial green and should stay that way until we get our first major rain which won’t be until middle to late September. Fishing has still been productive, but you have to work for them. Find the full report and forecast for Chinook and Steelhead members on this page here.

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