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Local River Reports 

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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

Snake River: ODF&W Fishing Report

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 waterAnglers 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.

Weneha River: No Reports

Walla Walla River: No Report 

McKay Reservoir: Closed until March 1st 2017

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