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Fishing Report For Portland

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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
ALSEA RIVER: winter steelhead Winter steelhead fishing is starting to improve on the Alsea River. People are catching fish throughout the system and the recent rains should have fish on the move headed for the hatchery on the North Fork Alsea. Steelhead fishing will continue to improve as the later wild broodstock fish start to show up in better numbers in January and February. The Alsea still gets a good amount of the early returning stock that peaks in December and January, as well as a later stock that peaks in February and March. Expect more fish to show up with each rise in the river level from now through April. Bobber fishing with jigs/bait, drift fishing, and casting lures are all effective ways to catch these hard fighting fish. Trout fishing in streams will reopen May 22, 2019. per ODFW
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
2018 Sport Groundfish Bottomfish Fishery Beginning Oct. 1 the fishery will be open to all-depth. General marine fish daily bag limit has been increased back to 5 fish, as of Wednesday, September 19. Effective Friday, Aug. 17 at 11:59 p.m. sport anglers can no longer retain cabezon. Lingcod daily bag limit is 2 fish, separate from the general marine fish bag limit. Minimum size of 22-inches. Reminder skates and rays are not part of the flatfish group, they are part of the general marine fish group. The general marine fish regulations (bag limit, depth restrictions, etc.) apply. Yelloweye rockfish prohibited at all times and in all waters. Descending devices are mandatory. Flatfish Fishery Flatfish daily bag limit is 25 fish for species of sanddab, sole, flounder, etc. Does not include Pacific halibut. Open at all depths year round. Descending devices are mandatory. Reminder skates and rays are not part of the flatfish group, they are part of the general marine fish group. The general marine fish regulations (bag limit, depth restrictions, etc.) apply. Offshore Longleader Fishery The Offshore Longleader Fishery is open year round only outside of the 40-fathom regulatory line and longleader gear must be used. The daily rockfish bag limit is 10 fish. The only species allowed in the 10-fish bag limit are: yellowtail, widow, canary, redstripe, greenstriped, silvergray, chilipepper, and bocaccio rockfish. No other groundfish are allowed on the same trip. Offshore longleader trips cannot be combined with traditional bottomfish, flatfish, or halibut trips, and lingcod cannot be retained. Offshore longleader trips can be combined with other non-bottomfish trip types (e.g. tuna, salmon), as long as the multi-species rule, which prohibits fishing for, or taking and retaining any species of salmon, Pacific halibut or marine fish while possessing on board any species not allowed to be taken in the area at that time, is followed along with any and all specific gear rules. For additional information see Offshore Longleader Fishery Frequently Asked Questions Descending devices are mandatory.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
CLACKAMAS RIVER: winter steelhead The Clackamas has receded to a more fishable state following two weeks of heavy precipitation. Though it is still early for winter steelhead, the big rain event coupled with the actual return of some early winter steelhead broodstock several weeks ago, means it?s not too early to begin targeting these fish. Trout fishing is now catch-and-release only due to presence of wild steelhead smolts that could be impacted by anglers targeting trout. USGS hydrological data for Dec. 24 shows river flows at 6,820 cfs water temperature at 42�F, and the gage at 14.76 ft. All of the readings come from the Estacada gauge near Milo McIver State Park. Hydrologic data and river forecasts can also be accessed on the NOAA/National Weather Service NW River Forecast Center -- NW River Forecast Center.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
CRAB Oregon?s bays experience a high volume of crabbers moving into fall. Most bays report variable catch success. Crab are filling out their shells, providing good quality meat. Crabbing in the Coos Bay estuary and lower Coquille estuary have been very good. Boat crabbers are doing well setting their pots near the jetties. Dock crabbers are picking up some legal Dungeness crabs on the docks in Charleston and at Weber?s Pier in Bandon. Central coast crabbing in Alsea, Yaquina, and Siletz bays has improved over the past few weeks. Crabbing in the autumn and winter can be fun and rewarding. The next two to three months are often considered the best time of year for crabbing. Crab generally molt during the summer and as they grow into their shells over time, yield bigger crab filled with tasty meat. In addition to Dungeness crab, another Oregon native present in some of Oregon?s estuaries is the Red Rock crab. Crabbers can retain 24 Red Rock crabs of any sex or size. This year, large numbers of non-native European green crab have also been reported from Oregon?s bays and estuaries. They can be identified by the three prominent bumps between the eyes and 5 spines down the side of the carapace. The daily catch limit for European green crab is 10 crab of any size or sex. In addition to the recreational ocean crabbing seasonal closure from October 16 - November 30, bays, estuaries, beaches, tidepools, piers, and jetties from Cape Blanco to the California Border are also closed due to domoic acid. Be sure to observe weather warnings and bar restrictions and use your best judgement for a safe and enjoyable experience. Good bait for crabs helps a lot, we now offer an exceptional processed bait from Ray's Bait works that has been producing a good number of crabs in the bays off the docks.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
CLACKAMAS RIVER: winter steelhead Hatchery coho are all but done with in the Clackamas. There are late run coho available ? these are wild fish and offer catch-and-release opportunities. Some very early Clackamas brood stock winter steelhead are starting to show up and could be a sign of better fishing, especially with the recent rainfall lifting river flows. Anglers should concentrate in the lower reaches of the Clackamas for their best shot at early winter steelhead. The Clackamas no longer has early returning hatchery winter steelhead brood stock programs so fish numbers will only increase as we go through winter. Keep an eye on Clackamas and Willamette Falls fish counts to follow fish movement into local rivers. Trout fishing is now catch-and-release only due to presence of wild steelhead smolts that could be impacted by anglers targeting trout. USGS hydrological data for Nov. 27 shows river flows more than double from a week ago at 2,010 cfs water temperature holding at 43�F, and the gage down up to a very fishable 12.11 ft. ft. All of the readings come from the Estacada gauge near Milo McIver State Park. Hydrologic data and river forecasts can also be accessed on the NOAA/National Weather Service NW River Forecast Center -- NW River Forecast Center.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
HARRIET LAKE: trout Stocked the week of Aug. 27 with 3,300 rainbow trout, including 700 trophy trout. Harriet Lake is a 23-acre reservoir on the Oak Grove Fork of the Clackamas River in the Mount Hood National Forest. Boat ramp is just past campground. Check the 2018 stocking schedule. As per ODFW
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
HENRY HAGG LAKE: rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, brown bullhead, yellow bullhead, native cutthroat trout The lake was stocked Nov. 26 with 75 large brood trout. It was stocked the week of Nov. 12 with 8,000 legal-size trout. Hagg Lake, located near Forest Grove, is one of Oregon?s premier warmwater fishing locations, with populations of record-class largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie and bullhead. It also supports a resident population of native cutthroat trout and is frequently stocked with hatchery trout. So far this year, ODFW has released more than 50,000 hatchery trout of all sizes, including 8,000 legals this week. The lake is now open year-round and is stocked regularly throughout the spring and fall. Henry Hagg is a 1,110-acre lake waterbody located seven miles southwest of Forest Grove. Maintained and operated by Washington County, the park features numerous picnic areas, two boat launching facilities, more than 15 miles of hiking trails, and observation decks for wildlife and bird watching. Check the 2018 stocking schedule. per ODFW This lake has almost everything in it, so worms, power bait, spinners, soft plastics you name it and you should catch something on it!
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
NESTUCCA RIVER AND THREE RIVERS: steelhead The Nestucca River has two different hatchery winter steelhead stocks, one of which is early returning ,and most prevalent in the lower river and Three Rivers. Some fish were caught last week including the first broodstock fish. The other hatchery stock (wild broodstock fish) and wild steelhead are starting to trickle in as well, but will peak from now through early April. Fishing has been moderately good on the Nestucca recently and some fish are getting caught. The Nestucca should remain fishable, although a little on the high side, through the weekend. With the current conditions, large presentations and bright colors will be most effective this weekend. If you like to bait fish, now?s the time! Three Rivers will continue to fish well this week. Fishing has been fairly decent, and Cedar Creek Hatchery recycled 70 hatchery steelhead that came into the trap back to Pacific City this week. New fish should be coming in as well. Trout fishing in streams will reopen May 22, 2019. as per ODFW Bobber and eggs w/sandshrimp or trolling herring from a boat
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Current & Upcoming Fishing Opportunities: White sturgeon retention is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to the Oregon/Washington Border above McNary Dam, but remains an option for catch-and-release fishing. Columbia River regulation updates for salmon, steelhead, shad and sturgeon can be found above. Salmon, Steelhead and Shad Effective September 13 until further notice, angling for, and retention of, all salmon and steelhead is prohibited. STURGEON Buoy 10 to Bonneville Dam: Closed for retention. No report. Bonneville Pool (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam): Closed for retention. No report. The Dalles Pool (The Dalles Dam upstream to John Day Dam): Closed for retention. No report. John Day Pool (John Day Dam upstream to McNary Dam): Closed for retention. No report. WALLEYE Bonneville Pool: No report. The Dalles Pool: No report. John Day Pool: Weekly checking showed four walleye released for one boat (two anglers).
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
NEHALEM RIVER: steelhead All of the hatchery steelhead for the Nehalem basin are released in the North Fork, making the mainstem a mostly wild steelhead river. As such, it is a later run and will fish better later in the season - January through early April. Some steelhead should be starting to trickle in. With rain expected later this week the Nehalem may color back up making fishing challenging. Trout fishing in streams will reopen May 22, 2019. NORTH FORK NEHALEM RIVER: steelhead The North Fork Nehalem has a run of early hatchery winter steelhead. Returns to the hatchery have been a little low this season, but fishing was moderately good this past weekend and some fish were caught. Trout fishing in streams will reopen May 22, 2019. as per ODFW
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
NORTH FORK RESERVOIR: trout, steelhead, salmon North Fork Reservoir is closed to trout fishing until May 22, 2019. North Fork Reservoir is a 350-acre reservoir of the Clackamas River behind North Fork Dam approximately 5.2 miles east of Estacada, Ore. This reservoir has two boat ramps, boat moorage, 50 campsites, picnic areas, boat rentals, grocery story, fueling station, and ADA-accessible fishing platforms.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
SANDY RIVER: summer steelhead, coho, fall Chinook Very few hatchery coho are left in the Sandy. This time of year, anglers should focus on the lower reaches of the river for their best shot at early winter steelhead. Fall Chinook fishing on the Sandy can be very good but all fish are likely to be unmarked and must be released unharmed. Float the river from Oxbow to Dabney and try traditional fall Chinook fishing techniques (wrapped kwikfish/flatfish, bobber/egg, spinners). Anglers can find bank access to the Sandy River in several areas from Troutdale up to Brightwood. Lewis and Clark Park, Dabney Park, Oxbow Park, and Dodge Park all offer good spots for bank fishing. USGS hydrological data for Nov. 27 shows Sandy flows rising to 1,440 cfs, with a gauge reading of 9.12 feet and the water temperature on the Little Sandy at Bull Run holding at a chilly 40� F. as per ODFW
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Open since 2013, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Portland, OR is near the Columbia River, Mount Hood, Mt. St. Helens, and Multnomah Falls. National Gunsmithing services are coming soon! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include elk, whitetail deer, black bear, coyote, blue grouse, and mallard duck. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the trout, chinook, steelhead, or sturgeon that you’re after. We also carry plenty of supplies for kayaking, canoeing, backpacking, camping, hiking, skeet, target, or precision shooting. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan, and many other services. No matter the weather or time of year, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the Sportsmen’s Show, Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, Rose Festival, Saturday Market, Portland International Film Festival, Portland Jazz Festival, OR Seafood & Wine Festival, and the Portland International Beer Festival.

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