R they there yet?

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fish_on!!!

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i just wanted to see if anybody knows if there stacked or seen any signs at the mouths of clackamas or sandy of there presents?
 
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Of course they are!
Have you seen how many Coho are coming through the Dam? Most of them are going to Sandy and Clackamas right now. Just wait till it starts Raining....
 
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Dude both the sandy and clack/willamette are below bonneville. Those fish going over bonneville are most definitely not heading for the clack and sandy.

There should be fish at the mouths of both of those tribs by now though.
 
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soon very soon only about 10 have gone over willamette falls i would say with in a week or two for sure
 
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I have no idea. And it's gettin dark fast.
I was at clackamette park today just doing a drive by and checking things out. Seen coho rolling at the mouth of the clack. And there was a butt load of anglers fishing the bowling alley hole. I didn't talk to or see any fish caught. But I only watched for maybe five minutes. But something tells me if there is that many anglers They are usually picking up fish. This hole seems to only be productive very early morning and late in the evening. Good luck
 
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soon very soon only about 10 have gone over willamette falls i would say with in a week or two for sure

When they head over the falls, is that a good sign they are moving into the tributaries system-wide?
 
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When they head over the falls, is that a good sign they are moving into the tributaries system-wide?

I wouldn't think that too many coho go over Willamette falls... I mean a decent number but that doesn't tell you what's going up the Clack does it?
I imagine we need a bit of rain.. but SOME may say otherwise. :confused:
 
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I saw one Coho landed in the slot at the bowling alley hole yesterday morning. Don't know how long the guys leader was as I was about 60 yards or so below where everyone else was bunched up.
 

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