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Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by rainbow, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. rainbow My name is Mark Oberg

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    I am going to portland this weekend. does anybody know were I might find some action! steely's, silver's and such.
  2. Steve Buckner Mother Nature's Son

    The Silver season is closed in Oregon, with the exception of Eagle Creek which flows into the Clackamas river. It is a very small stream but worth a shot for some late season Coho.

    The Clackamas has been kicking out a few winter fish as well as some late summer fish. Winter fish will be found lower in the system, and summer fish higher. The Clackamas is a nice river but a little hard to find access point on. One option is around Barton, there is a park there and allows a mile or so of river access.

    Best of Luck,
    Skinny
  3. Greg Moore New Member

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    Try this site. The Oregon guys will help!

    http://www.westfly.com

    Good Luck!

    Greg

    "In our family, there is no clear
    line between religion and fly
    fishing" Norman Maclean
  4. fishingseaducer Guest

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    Some new coho moved into Eagle Creek on the Clackmas system
    during the last rain, and summer steelhead fishing remains fair
    in the Clackamas above Barton Park.
    On the Clack use anything big and PINK.
    All the Coastal rivers are in shape and full of chinook.
    From Bill on the Central Oregon coast :THUMBSUP
  5. rainbow My name is Mark Oberg

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  6. rainbow My name is Mark Oberg

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    Well I struck put in the few hours at eagle creek, Didnt see a thing.
    tryed carver and barton park too. There were some nice crome steely's being caught but not by me.



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