Sandy River Fish Report for 1-16-2019
Steelhead Fishing Appears to be Picking Up
Sandy River - Sandy, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Winter steelhead fishing appears to be picking up in the Sandy as both wild and hatchery steelhead enter the system. This early in the season, expect to find these fish mostly in the lower reaches of the river, including Oxbow Park, which has good bank access. Pay attention to the weather and consider hitting the river after the next major warm rain event.
Anglers can also find bank access to the Sandy River in several areas from Troutdale up to Brightwood. Lewis and Clark Park, Dabney Park, and Dodge Park all offer good spots for bank fishing.
USGS hydrological data for Jan. 14 shows Sandy flows receding to 1,120 cfs, with a gauge reading of 8.80 feet and the water temperature on the Little Sandy at Bull Run still holding at a chilly 39° F.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, January 16th
Alsea River: Winter Steelhead Fishing has Been Fair
Kilchis River: Kilchis River Steelhead Report
Necanicum River: After Rain Events for the Best Action.
Nestucca River: January is a Great Month to be on the Nestucca
Siletz River: Winter Steelhead Improved this Last Week
Siuslaw River: The Siuslaw River is Dropping into Good Shape this Week
Trask River: Prime Shape by the Middle of Next Week.
Wilson River: January is a Great Month to be on the Wilson
Clackamas River: Effort on the Clackamas is Picking Up
Willamette River: Middle Fork Willamette River Fishing Report
Olallie Lake: Olallie Lake Fishing Report
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Saturday, January 12th
Rogue River Upper: Commission meets Jan. 18 in Salem
Columbia River: Joint workgroup of Oregon, Washington commissioners meets about Columbia River fisheries
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