Spring Chinook Salmon Fishing in Portland, FOR: The Thrill of a Lifetime!

The first run of salmon in Oregon is the Spring Chinook migration that begins in March. Once they grow large enough to make the trip, they begin their  journey from the pacific ocean and start the journey up the Columbia, Clackamas, and Read More

2020 COLUMBIA AND WILLAMETTE RIVER SPRING SALMON SEASONS

  WILLAMETTE RIVER : Open 7 days a week, 2 hatchery Chinook a day, barbed hooks are allowed.     COLUMBIA RIVER: Per permanent regulations, open below warrior rock until  – February 29 one Chinook Salmon per day.   – Above Warrior Read More

Sturgeon seasons to close in Bonneville and Dalles pools

  CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Two recreational white sturgeon fisheries in the Columbia River upstream of Bonneville Dam will close during the upcoming week under rules adopted today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington while a third remains open until its harvest Read More

Enjoy Winter Guided Fishing Trips in Portland, Oregon

  During the winter season, whichever type of fish you want to catch in Oregon’s rivers, you can rely on the good company and expert guidance of Oregon fishing guide Buddy Dupell, owner of Columbia River Fishing Adventures in Portland. An all-inclusive Read More

Free fishing in Oregon on Black Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving

  SALEM, Ore.—It’s easy to #OptOutside in Oregon on the Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving—you can fish, crab or clam for free anywhere in the state! Oregon Fish and Wildlife hosts annual Free Fishing Days the two days after Thanksgiving. That means Read More

Trolling Spinners for fall Chinook on the Columbia

  When it comes to fishing for fall chinook on the Columbia River every angler on the water has their own secret weapon for catching these amazing fish. Trolling bait, cut plug herring, plugs wrapped in tuna, spoons, spinners, hoochies, you name it all of Read More