Columbia River Gorge Spring Chinook Report

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Columbia River Gorge Spring Chinook Report

Had another good day of fishing on the Columbia River Gorge. We fished the mouth of the Wind River and after we made a few adjustments we got on the fish. We have been catching fish on both prawn spinners and brads superbaits. If fish numbers continue to be good we will have a few dates open the 21st, and 22nd of May before we head home to fish the Clearwater in Idaho.

Check out the video below that one of our customers caught on camera today.

https://youtu.be/fJJo7yN3XZ4


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Columbia River Walleye Fishing

We had another good day of Walleye action on the Columbia river today. We had two customers put a total of 15 Walleye and a few bass in the boat! We have openings for Walleye fishing on the Columbia through June.


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Columbia River Walleye Report

A slow morning of salmon fishing turned out to be a very good day of Walleye Fishing we ended up with 17 today plus a pile of bass. All our fish were caught today fishing bottom bouncers and worm harnesses. Our number one color today was Chartreuse. We have some open dates for Walleye fishing over the next few weeks. Get with us now to secure your dates.


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Columbia Gorge Spring Chinook Report

Fishing in the gorge is very good right now. Salmon numbers at Bonneville Dam have improved and we are getting fish at Drano, the mouth of the Wind River, and below John Day Dam. Here are a few pictures of some of the fish we have been catching. We have one seat open on both Tuesday and Wednesday of next week May 8th and 9th. We also have open boats the 21st and 22nd of May .


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Columbia River Walleye Report

Today was a bad day to be a Columbia River Walleye or Smallmouth Bass. My self and a buddy hit the river for a few hours today before the wind blew up and had some great action. These fish were all caught on bottom bouncers and worm harnesses. We have openings this Monday and Tuesday to get in on some of this great Walleye fishing. Give our office a call at 208-669-1569 or Book Online Online at Jonessportfishing.com

If you want to know how we have been catching these fish check our our write up on How to catch Columbia River Walleye


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Columbia River Walleye

We had another great day today chasing Walleye on the Columbia River. The bite was plenty consistent and we also added a bunch of smallmouth bass to the mix today. The Walleye fishing will be good now through June. We still have openings this weekend. 3 seats are open Friday and 2 seats are open Saturday. Give us a call at 208-669-1569 or Book Online at Jonessportfishing.com.


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Columbia River Walleye Fishing Report

We had another good day of Walleye fishing today on the Columbia River. The water level has come up the past couple of days and the bite slowed just a little for us, but we still ended up with a good pile of fish in the cooler plus a few catfish as a bonus. We have Walleye trips open this week and next, plus lots of available dates during May and June. Get in touch with us now to get your Columbia River Walleye trips booked.


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Columbia River Spring Chinook Report

We had a good couple of days chasing Spring Chinook on the Columbia River out of Portland. The fishing wasn’t hot but we managed to land some fish. These are the best tasting fish that swim. We still have some dates available for the Willamete, Drano, and the Wind. Plus we are going to get an Idaho season this year so get in touch with us and we will fill you in on availability.


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Columbia River Spring Chinook Report

I had the pleasure of jumping on a buddies boat today on the Columbia River near Portland. We had a decent day going 2-3 with 3 rods fishing. Fish were caught today downstream trolling herring. My boat is open Friday April, 6th if anyone wants to get in on this great fishery! We also have openings for the Willamette River next week and the Columbia Gorge later in April through mid May.

Give our office a call at 208-669-1569 or Book Online


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Columbia River Walleye Fishing is Heating Up!

Had another great day chasing Walleye on the Columbia River. We ended up well into the double digits for 2 anglers. Most of our fish were 18-20 inches! Nothing beats these great eating Walleye. We have opening over the next two weeks and plenty of open dates in May and June. Get with Dani in our office at 208-669-1569 or Book Online.

Today all our fish were caught trolling worm harnesses. Our key was switching blade colors until we got it perfectly tuned in. For an article that describes exactly how we troll for Walleye click Here.