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Local River Reports 


Columbia River: Shad fishing has been Excellent, Walleye fishing has been good. Sturgeon and catfish has been fair as well. NO LIMIT on warm water fish in the Columbia River (bass, walleye, perch, crappie, etc.) 

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Snake River: No Report

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: Angler's have started catching a few steelhead in the lower river but the opportunities have been spotty at best. 

Grande Ronde River: Trout fishing in the upper river below Rondowa has been fair to good, bass fishing in the lower river from Bogan's downstream has been good.

John Day River: Open to small mouth bass, NO LIMIT on bass.

Umatilla River: No Report

Wallowa River: Trout fishing has been fair to good. Nymphing has produced the best results.

Imnaha River: Open to trout and catch n release bull trout fishing.

Weneha River: Open to trout and catch n release bull trout fishing.

Walla Walla River: Bass fishing in the lower river has been good. Trout fishing on the South Fork has been fair to good both nymphing and dry fly fishing.

McKay Reservoir: Open to fishing. Angler's have reported catching a few perch, carp, and catfish. Crappie have been biting the past couple weeks catching has been ok. Bass fishing has been good as well.


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