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Local River Reports

(Updated 8-26-14 @ 2:00 pm) 


Columbia River: Anglers are catching steelhead and salmon in the Drano area and off the mouth of the Deschutes. Anglers are also picking up a few steelhead above McNary Dam. Trolling plugs and shrimp n bobber have been working the best.

Snake River: No Report

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: Anglers have been catching steelhead from Mack's Canyon downstream to the mouth. Spinner's and plugs or a fly n bubble have been working well. Fly fishing either swinging flies or nymphing has also been very effective at hooking up fish. Water temp's are in the mid to upper 50's in the mornings and by the afternoon in the lower 60's.

Grande Ronde River: Open to trout and bass fishing. 

John Day River: Open to trout and bass fishing.

Umatilla River: Open to trout fishing. 

Wallowa River: Open to trout fishing. Trout fishing has been good the past few weeks with hoppers starting to show up around the river banks. Dry fly fishing and nymphing has both been effective for anglers.

Imnaha River: Open to trout fishing.

Weneha River: No Reports

Walla Walla River: No Report 

McKay Reservoir: Anglers have been catching a few perch, crappie, and catfish.


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