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Local River Reports

(Updated 7-4-14 @ 12:30 pm) 


Columbia River: Open to spring Chinook fishing below Bonneville. Above Bonneville will open to spring Chinook fishing May 31st thru June 15th. Sturgeon fishing has been good below McNary.

Snake River: No Report

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: No Report. We should start getting a few steelhead moving up the river now.

Grande Ronde River: Open to trout and bass fishing. Spring Chinook "Pilot" season re-opened July 5-7th. Open to spring Chinook from the OR/WA border to 100 yards above Wildcat bridge. The area around the mouth of the Wenaha River will be closed to angling. Bag limit is 2 adult fin-clipped Chinook and 5 fin-clipped jacks. Eggs and spinners will work best to catch Chinook.

John Day River: Open to trout and bass fishing.

Umatilla River: Open to trout fishing. Open to spring Chinook fishing until June 30th.

Wallowa River: Open to trout fishing. Spring Chinook season is open as of June 21st. Check the news page for areas open to angling for Chinook and other regulations.

Imnaha River: Open to trout fishing. Spring Chinook season is open July 5-6th for adults. Open for fin-clipped Jacks only after the 6th.

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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