Hey I live in beaverton and was wondering where the best places to go bass fishing in my neck of the woods are and what's the best way to catch them.
mikey1979 said:Hey I live in beaverton and was wondering where the best places to go bass fishing in my neck of the woods are and what's the best way to catch them.
pdx89 said:Im not sure about the best spots.. but there are the 'famous' commonwealth and bethany. Along side a few, little ponds, which in most cases are private - you will just have to find them, they are all over (i personal only know 1 pond) but folks say there is more out there.... try the rivers. and it also depends if you bank or boat. Good luck.
Troutier Bassier said:I was at John Day River yesterday and some guys caught 1 smallie. Looks like the water is warmer in the east.Lol
FishSchooler said:Hagg lake aint far, but the water's still cold for bass. The tualatin river is a great warmwater fishery, but is probably cold too.
jtazzi said:ive lived right next to bethany pond for almost 10 years now and ive caught lots of fish out of there, it used to be a lot cleaner and the trout would actually grow to over 8 inches lol, but anyway there are tons of bass in there, i used to cast a brown rooster tail out there and catch a few bass each time id go out and the biggest i caught out of there was a 6 pound largemouth...there are some monsters in there...and as for the carp ive taken my raft out and saw a 3foot carp! never caught one that big but they seem to like chicken liver and worms,there are decent catfish but ive never caught any over 14 inches long...chicken liver works well for them too