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With Fall Chinook fishing still weeks away, metro anglers are still focused west, where the Buoy 10 fishery is underway. It’ll be another few weeks before metro anglers see any kind of opportunity for this year’s robust run, the last week of August at the very least.

Clackamas River spring Chinook are degrading although due to the excessive heat this summer, there were a batch of estuary over-summer dwellers so it is possible to still find a rare silver-sided one. Most anglers are focusing on summer steelhead, but catches are slight as few new fish are available. Most anglers are focusing on the upper river, around McIver if they are still pursuing steelhead.

Avid angler Jeff Stoeger reports on the Sandy River; There are still fish to be had. I have a couple of buddies that have caught a few fish this past week. The springers are starting to darken up with double strips and rosy red checks. Most fish are blasting up to the upper river and then waiting to spawn.

This week we will see lots of action on the river due to extreme heat wave again. The temperatures are heading to the hundred area for the next three or four days. You will encounter lots of swimmer and rafters. So, head out early and make sure to take some water with and stay hydrated.

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