Local River Reports
Columbia River: Anglers are still catching steelhead above McNary trolling plugs and shrimp n bobber fishing. Sturgeon fishing below McNary has been good as well. Walleye fishing has been spottybut angler's are catching a few fish. Columbia River Creel Reports. CLICK HERE
ClearWater River: No Report
Deschutes River: No Report
Grande Ronde River: Open to steelhead fishing. Angler's have been catching a few steelhead in both Oregon and Washington waters.
Steelhead Creel Report 11-(15,16,19,20)-16:OR water: Anglers 51, Hours Fished 236.0, Kept 13, Released 12, Total Catch 25, Hours per Fish 9.4 WA water: Anglers 35, Hours Fished 147.7, Kept 7, Released 16, Total Catch 23, Hours per Fish 6.4
John Day River: No Report. Open to steelhead fishing.
Umatilla River: With most of the salmon gone in the Umatilla now steelhead fishing should get a little better. Fish counts are still fairly low for this time of year but angler's are managing to pick up a fish here and there. Angler's have been catching steelhead from below Pendleton downstream into Hermiston. Salmon eggs, spinners, jigs, and beads have all been producing fish. Fish Count: 3381 Chinook, 312 Steelhead, 3381 Coho
Wallowa River: Angler's are catching quite a few steelhead from the Minam Park downstream to Rondowa.
Imnaha River: Open to Steelhead fishing. No creel or fishing reports.
Walla Walla River: No Report
McKay Reservoir: Closed until March 1st 2017
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