Fishing Related Info 

Deschutes River Boater Pass

 JetBoat  Schedule  2012-2015

 Need a Fishing Guide?

Salmon, Trout, Steelhead, Sturgeon

Jet Boat - Drift Boat - Walk in

For Dates, Rates, and Availability 


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

Click for Pendleton, Oregon Forecast

Check Road Conditions:

Oregon Road Cams

Washington Road Cams

Idaho Road Cams


"Fly & Jig of the Week"

All featured Flies n Jigs available at (BMA)

King Prince

Salmon, Steelhead, & Trout Flies

 Dave's Hopper

Fishing Reports






Moon & Tide Charts

Oregon Coast Tides

Sunrise ~n~ Sunset

Moon Phases 



Salmon & Steelhead Lures & Bait

Wiggle Wart

(Fire Tiger)

 Herring (All sizes)


Local River Reports

(Updated 7-31-15 @ 11:00 am) 


Columbia River:  Angler's are having good success catching salmon and steelhead off the mouth of the Deschutes trolling plugs. Walleye fishing from McNary downstream to the The Dalles Dam has been good.

Snake River: No Report

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: Anglers are catching steelhead and salmon in the lower river from the hwy 30 bridge upstream to Mack's Canyon area. Spinner and fly fishing have both been producing fish.

Grande Ronde River: Open to trout and bass fishing.

John Day River: No Report

Umatilla River: No Report.

Wallowa River: Open to trout fishing.

Imnaha River: No Report.

Weneha River: No Reports

Walla Walla River: No Report 

McKay Reservoir: Angler's are catching a few perch and carp on nightcrawlers. Crappie fishing has been fair.


All pages © Copyrighted 2010-15 All Rights Reserved

Webmaster: Rod McDougall