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halibuthitman

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I want to try the sandy tomorrow.... have never fished it, sooo could anyone tell me at least were to park, and I can pretty much figure it out from there, I would like to fish within 10 miles of where it crosses I-84... thanks
 
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I want to try the sandy tomorrow.... have never fished it, sooo could anyone tell me at least were to park, and I can pretty much figure it out from there, I would like to fish within 10 miles of where it crosses I-84... thanks

try near the RR bridge at Lewis and Clark
or if your willing to drive a bit, head into Sandy and fish near the Cedar Creek.
 
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After you cross the I-84 bridge that crosses the Sandy the exit to Lewis and Clark Park is right there. Take it and it dumps you out right at the river. Your best bet would be to continue to the Troutdale bridge, cross to the other side and stop in at Jacks Shack. It's a tackle and bait shop and the owner used to post here on OFF. He used to post under the name "Jacks Shack". You most likely aready knew that. Anyway he should be able to tell you where the current hot spots are. If not try L/C park area down river from the boat ramp toward the rr bridge, or under the Troutdale bridge on the eastside (there is a steep trail to the river). Also you can follow the river up to Dabney Park and fish from there it's only a couple of miles from L/C park. Good Luck!
 
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I was on the Sandy Monday. We didn't catch anything, but they were jumping like crazy. We quit counting how many we saw jump. So they are there in numbers, you just need to figure out their needs.
 
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I was on the Sandy Monday. We didn't catch anything, but they were jumping like crazy. We quit counting how many we saw jump. So they are there in numbers, you just need to figure out their needs.

If you don't mind me asking, which section were you fishing?

Thanks
 
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