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Local River Reports
(Updated 4-22-14 @ 2:30 pm)
Columbia River: Angler's are starting to catch springer's around the Drano area up to McNary Dam out of the boat on anchor or trolling Kwikfish and Maglip plugs with herring/sardine wrap or using flashers and herring. Some anglers are having good success using a variety of spinners. Bank angler's using spin n glos with tuna balls, shrimp, and eggs are also catching fish. Columbia River from Bonneville upstream to the OR/WA border is open to spring Chinook fishing until May 9th. Sturgeon fishing below McNary Dam has been good. Anglers have been picking up a few keepers using roll mop, squid, and herring.
Snake River: No Report
ClearWater River: No Report
Deschutes River: No Report. Spring Chinook season is open from Sherars Falls downstream to the I-84 bridge.
Grande Ronde River: No Report
John Day River: No Report
Umatilla River: We are starting to get a few spring Chinook coming over 3 Mile Dam now. Angling pressure is light due to the season just opening 4-16-14 but we are expecting a good run this year 4200 fish +/-. River flows are good for fishing right now above and below 3 Mile. Only adipose fin clipped Chinook adults and jacks may be retained 2 adults and 5 jacks per day. Egg's and spinners work the best to catch Chinook. Creel Report below 3 Mile Dam Apr 18th - 20th: Anglers 24, Hours Fished 52.0, Kept 4, Released 0, Total Catch 4, Hours per Fish 13.0 Spring Chinook Count over 3 Mile Dam 4-21 Total: 39
Wallowa River: No Report. Trout season opens May 24th.
Imnaha River: No Report
Weneha River: No Reports
Walla Walla River: No Report
McKay Reservoir: Anglers have been catching a few perch and catfish using night crawlers.
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