Willamette Valley Fishing Reports

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Portland/Metro Fishing Report – Fall Chinook numbers are starting to bump at Bonneville Dam, an indicator that metro area anglers should prepare for a banner year on the mainstem Columbia, in search of upriver brights which should number in the hundreds of thousands this year. More chinook fishing report details below.

Although anchor fishing with wobblers was all the rage a decade ago, it’s largely become a troll show with spinners and 360° flashers taking the lead. Soft tides this week favor trollers over anchor anglers however.

Clackamas River – It’s too early to expect catchable numbers of coho here, but it’s possible there might be some available. Early season coho seem to bite better and it won’t be long before strong returns are likely witnessed for Clackamas River anglers.

Summer steelhead are still available in the McIver reach of the Clackamas for savvy bank anglers.

Avid angler Jeff Stoeger reports on the Sandy River – The river is running low and should stay that way until we get our first rain fall. The river is around 67 degrees and will start to cool down as the temps are dropping at night and days are cooler.

If it’s any indications of what coho seasons going to be like, there has been some outstanding numbers caught in the lower Columbia River heading our direction.

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