The Row.... sounds like cow.

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I've been getting lots of hits in the lower part of the Row.
Landed several big ones and lots of little ones got away.
I'm fishing near the Middle field golf course.
Loads of fun.
I see large ponds nearby, are there still bass in them?
 
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I've been getting lots of hits in the lower part of the Row.
Landed several big ones and lots of little ones got away.
I'm fishing near the Middle field golf course.
Loads of fun.
I see large ponds nearby, are there still bass in them?

If you don't mind, what species are you hooking up?

GM
 
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IMO, the better fishing is in the upper stretch. There are big fish through out the whole system though.
 
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fishing is great by the campground below the damn before the first summer/fall rain when the waters super low you can wade from the bridge to the dam. but fishings still good after it rises, caught a 16" rainbow swinging a prince nymph last week right by the campground
 
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cutthroat are native to the river though there are big rainbows which get flushed out of dorena.
 
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I read somewhere that Dorena is receiving a fish passage, Salmon and Steel will be able to run up to the Falls.
Cutties are there all year long, great fighters to be sure.

Thanks for the help.

GM
 
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I read somewhere that Dorena is receiving a fish passage, Salmon and Steel will be able to run up to the Falls.
Cutties are there all year long, great fighters to be sure.

Thanks for the help.

GM

That will be cool except the pressure it will bring.
 
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Ha I caught a nice little scrapper in the North fortk of the Willamette just south of where the Row joins her.
Sure having good luck with a thomas 1/4lb red and gold lure.
They hit it so hard they come out of the water spinning.

FISH ON.....
 
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I read somewhere that Dorena is receiving a fish passage, Salmon and Steel will be able to run up to the Falls.
Cutties are there all year long, great fighters to be sure.

Thanks for the help.

GM

Wow, that will be sweet.
They wont get past Wildwood falls though.
Unless it's flooding perhaps.

Can't wait for it to happen.

I've seen salmon in Mosby creek several times in the past.
That's a nice fishing tributary to the Row a few miles below Dorena dam.
 

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