Eagle Creek Fish Report for 12-7-2022
Eagle Creek Fishing Report
Eagle Creek - Eagle Creek, OR (Clackamas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Except for healthy numbers of spawning coho, there are currently not may fish in the system yet. This tributary can be a great option for anglers when the Clackamas is too high, or too dirty to fish, or once we start seeing higher numbers of steelhead in the Clackamas River itself.
Anglers have found the most success fishing the mouth of the Creek at its confluence with the Clackamas. 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. Anglers are advised to pay close attention to where they fish. Always ask permission prior to accessing or crossing private lands on your way to your favorite fishing spot.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, December 7th, 2022
Grande Ronde River: Anglers have been catching steelhead on the Grande Ronde River
Imnaha River: Steelhead fishing may be good throughout the winter when the weather warms
Wallowa River: Coho salmon have moved into the Wallowa River watershed to spawn
Crooked River: Anglers report fair fishing on the Crooked
Fall River: Fly-anglers continue to report good early winter fishing in the Fall River
Clackamas River: There are still some late returning wild coho in the lower system,
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