Sandy River Fish Report for 6-17-2019
Steelhead is Picking Up
Sandy River - Sandy, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Steelhead fishing on the Sandy was picking back up with the recent warm weather and subsequent low level snow melt. Now the river is running clear and at a moderate level, good conditions for fishing. That is expected to change soon, however, as water levels rise due to glacial melt.
Once the river recedes and clears, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to target spring Chinook, which are due to show up in decent numbers anytime now.
Those anglers who are finding success are using predominantly bobber and jig, colored beads or spinners. 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 June 12 shows Sandy flows at 714 cfs, with a gauge reading of 8.35 feet and the water temperature on the Little Sandy at Bull Run on the rise at 55° F.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Monday, June 17th, 2019
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Junction City Pond: Junction City Pond Fishing Report
McKenzie River: McKenzi River Fishing Report
Upper McKenzie: Upper McKenzie Fishing Report
Molalla River: Molalla River Fishing Report
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