Eagle Creek Fish Report for 8-12-2021
“Hoot owl” restrictions remain in effect, which means no fishing after 2 p.m.
Eagle Creek - Eagle Creek, OR (Clackamas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The creek remains too low and clear to offer much fishing opportunity. Anglers would do best to target summer steelhead and spring Chinook down near the mouth. There have not been any reports of coho in the system. “Hoot owl” restrictions remain in effect, which means no fishing after 2 p.m.
Bonnie Lure State Recreation Area has reopened but visitors are advised to watch for hazardous trees.
Keep in mind that long stretches of Eagle Creek do run through private property, particularly up near the hatchery and from an area below the lower ladder on down near Bonnie Lure to the mouth. Anglers are advised to pay close attention to where you fish and we encourage you to ask permission prior to accessing or crossing private lands on your way to your favorite fishing hole.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, August 12th
: ODFW Recreation Report
Deschutes River: The emergency Hoot Owl Closure, which prohibited fishing after 2pm from the Deschutes River mouth to Sherars Falls, was lifted Aug. 10
Clackamas River: Summer steelhead are currently being caught in the Clackamas
Detroit Reservoir: The reservoir has been stocked several times in recent weeks
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