Category: Clackamas river

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Clackamas Steelhead: April and May

The Clackamas river flows 84 miles through incredible scenic views in Oregon’s Clackamas County.  A mecca for steelhead and trout fishing close to the large city of Portland, OR the

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Winter Steelhead Tune-Up Class

Winter Steelhead Tune-Up Class March 5th, 2016 Dial in your approach for winter steelhead on the banks of the Clackamas River with pro guide Rob Crandall.  Rob reveals the tips,

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Big Water Event Ahead

This graph shows the forecasted water levels for the Clackamas River for Dec 19-24.  Rarely do we get a graph like this where there is so much pink at the

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Early Morning Chrome

Mornings on the river are full of anticipation.  Sometimes those first casts are rewarded with an aggressive fish.  It had barely gotten light when client Eric H. connected with this

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Clackamas River Fishing Report

Fishing has been good on the Clackamas river chasing the chromers of early spring!  The weather has been mostly agreeable with some ups and downs on the water levels this

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Portland Area Spey Casting Classes

Water Time Outfitters teams up with Royal Treatment Fly shop offering spey casting classes on the Clackamas River not far from Portland, Oregon.  Classes are 3 hours teaching the science

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Clackamas River Steelhead

Steelhead fishing on the Clackamas river for May and early June will consist mainly of the summer steelhead stocked by ODFW.  This strain of fish is a hard fighting, acrobatic

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Clackamas Steelhead Hit Prime Time

It’s prime time on the Clackamas for Steelhead fly fishing.  This close to Portland, destination river offers year round fishing opportunities but for those who swing the fly with spey

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Clackamas Summer Steelhead

Clackamas River Summer Steelhead start entering the river as early as February and reach full stride in May, June and early July.  Here is a photo of the Clackamas River

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