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Local River Reports 


Columbia River: Anglers are having good success catching salmon and steelhead off the bank above McNary Dam all the way up to State Line with shrimp and bobber. Boat fisherman are catching some fish as well trolling plugs or bobber fishing.

Columbia River Creel Reports for Oct 4th. CLICK HERE

Snake River: ODF&W Fishing Report

ClearWater River: No Report

Deschutes River: Anglers are catching some steelhead and salmon. 

Grande Ronde River: Open to steelhead fishing. Angler's have been picking up a few steelhead in both Oregon and Washington waters.

Steelhead Creel Report 10-(10,15,16)-16:OR water: Anglers 58, Hours Fished 291.5, Kept 1, Released 1, Total Catch 2, Hours per Fish 145.8   WA waterAnglers 49, Hours Fished 220.8, Kept 2, Released 1, Total Catch 3, Hours per Fish 73.6

John Day River: No Report. Open to steelhead fishing.

Umatilla River: We have been getting a decent number of salmon (Coho-Chinook) moving over 3 Mile the past few days. Most anglers have been fishing below 3 Mile Dam in the Chinamans Hole area down to the 730 Bridge. Salmon eggs, spinners, jigs, and beads have all been producing fish. Fish Count: 1186 Chinook, 54 Steelhead, 824 Coho

Wallowa River: Trout fishing has been Excellent.

Imnaha River: Open to Steelhead fishing. No creel or fishing reports.

Weneha River: No Reports

Walla Walla River: No Report 

McKay Reservoir: Closed until March 1st 2017


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