Fishing Related Info 

Deschutes River Boater Pass

 JetBoat  Schedule  2016-2021

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Salmon & Steelhead Spinners

Bling King "STS" Spinners® with built in "Bling Bling" action. Available with Plain or Eye-C-You Fishy Blades®. Just one of many sizes & color available... Only at Blue Mountain Anglers

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Salmon & Steelhead Lures & Bait

FRESH Herring in stock now!

 Fresh (cured) Eggs

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Local River Reports 

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Columbia River: Bonneville downstream opens for 3 more days for Spring Chinook fishing May 20th - 22nd.


Columbia River Creel Reports for May 17th. CLICK HERE

Snake River: Open to Spring Chinook fishing April 23rd. CLICK HERE

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: Open to Spring Chinook fishing May 1st - July 31st. See News updates for more info.

Grande Ronde River: No Report

John Day River: Open to Spring Chinook fishing. Click here for open areas and regulations.

Umatilla River:  The river is clear and fishable. Anglers catching Springer's below 3 Mile Dam and a few fish in the Pendleton area using eggs, either drifting the bottom, under a float, and on spinners.

Creel Report May. 11-15th 2016: Anglers: 200 Hours Fished: 639.0 Kept: 40 adults 41 jacks Released: 45 adults 6 jacks Hours per Fish: 4.8.   Spring Chinook Fish Count 5-18-16: 1121

Wallowa River: No Report

Imnaha River: No Report

Weneha River: No Reports

Walla Walla River: No Report 

McKay Reservoir: Anglers are catching bass, perch, and carp. No reports of any crappie being caught yet.

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