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Local River Reports 


Columbia River:  Angler's are having good success catching salmon and steelhead off the mouth of the Deschutes trolling plugs, brads super baits, and hover fishing eggs. Anglers are also catching salmon and steelhead above McNary Dam trolling plugs, herring, and brads super baits and using shrimp and bobber. Bank fishing above McNary up to state-line with shrimp and bobber has been producing fish as well. Sturgeon fishing is open for catch and release only as of Sept 1st.

Snake River: Open to salmon fishing Sept 1st. The daily bag limit will be six adipose fin-clipped Chinook salmon. Anglers can also keep an unlimited number of fin-clipped jack Chinook. Chinook jacks are salmon between 15 and 24-inches long.

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 steelhead fishing. River flows remain low at this time but there should be a few fish sneaking their way up into the Troy area. We probably wont see to many fish moving upriver until we see more rain to bring up the stream flow.

John Day River: No Report. River flows remain very low at this point and time.

Umatilla River: Open to salmon and steelhead fishing. River flows remain fairly low, but the fish are starting to stack up off the mouth. Until we see some more rain the best fishing will be concentrated in the lower 3 miles of the river below 3 Mile Dam. Egg's, spinners, and beads or corkies will put fish on the bank. 

Wallowa River: Open to trout fishing. Trout fishing has been excellent in the early mornings. 

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.


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