Sandy River Fish Report for 8-12-2021
“Hoot owl” restrictions remain in effect, which means no fishing after 2 p.m.
Sandy River - Sandy, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Summer steelhead fishing has been slow on the Sandy, currently fish are throughout the system. Spring Chinook fishing has been decent, with most of the fish being caught in the lower river. Both spinners and bait have been affectivehere have not been any reports of coho in the system. “Hoot owl” restrictions remain in effect, which means no fishing after 2 p.m.
Flow and visibility on the Sandy are greatly influenced by each passing front and change in snow levels. Colder temperatures, as well as less precipitation means this glacially fed system will not only be on the drop, but will also clear up much more quickly.
Anglers should confirm access before they go. All Metro Parks and boat ramps (including Dabney and Lewis and Clark) are now open, but may have modified operations. Check conditions at individual parks on Metro’s website. State parks and recreation areas appear open.
USGS hydrological data for the Sandy near bull run.
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
Eagle Creek: “Hoot owl” restrictions remain in effect, which means no fishing after 2 p.m.
Fern Ridge Reservoir: Fern Ridge Reservoir Fishing Report
Olallie Lake: Currently Open
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