Clackamas River Fishing Report





CLACKAMAS RIVER: spring Chinook, summer steelhead

Steelhead fishing conditions saw further improvement in the last week during the pleasant spring-like temperatures and decent flows. The river is currently fishable. Expect to find a few early summer steelhead around as well as maybe a spring Chinook in the mix. The best success has been in the early morning and later evening hours when the sunlight is off the water. A few spring Chinook have been trapped at PGE’s sorting facility above Estacada; however, those fish have been all wild origin. Steelhead are scattered throughout the river.

The level of the river is now holding up at 11.88ft. at the Estacada Gauge, and is on a steady drop. The color of the river is looking classic “steelhead green” and will only continue to improve for fishing opportunities.


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Clackamas River Fishing Report May 15, 2016

05/15/2015 – J. W. Snyder – Fish The Clackamas


Clackamas River Fishing Report:


Clackamas river from the mouth to the Mill Dam, regulation area code (122) is set to open for Trout Season this year on May 23, 2015 and runs until October 31, 2015. Daily bag limits of 5 trout per day allowed.


Salmon and Steelhead season on the Clackamas are year round and offer up bag limits of 3 fish per day combined.


See Oregon Sport fishing regulations for closure areas and details on daily catch limits.


This concludes our Clackamas River Fishing Report.