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Name: drhookem99 Date: September 10, 2016 Rating:
 
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Fished all day Saturday and half day on Sunday on the waters around Camas. We jigged, pulled spinners, crank baits and fished blade baits. Only managed 6 smallmouth and 2 pike minnows. Fished 35 ft to 5 ft. No walleye to be had.

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Name: REELTIMEGS Date: June 23, 2016 Rating:
 
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We have been averaging 10 to 15 hook ups per day mostly Summer Chinook with some Steelhead mixed in when targeting the Chinook we have been fishing the I5 area of Portland trolling herring with lead droppers on the bottom. We also have a boat anchoring in the Cathlamet area and he is catching a good mix of Chinook and Steelhead

Reel Time specializes in personalized fishing trips. Fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, Sturgeon and Smallmouth Bass. Reel Time operates in Idaho, Oregon and Washington on the Clearwater, Snake, Columbia and Grande Ronde rivers using power boats and drift boats to guide you to the best fishing.

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Name: san Date: June 04, 2016 Rating:
 
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Target Species: Shad

Number of Shad passed through the Bonneville Dam: 50625

We got there at 4:45am and there was already a long line waiting for the gate to open.

Got 2 in the first 20 mins, then nothing for awhile. Ended the day with 11. Also lost about the same amount of fish that I landed. I was using a 1 piece rod that was way too stiff to land these fish. Had 12lb nano fil main line, used 8lb leader.

I couldn't get a bite using shad darts. I caught them all using crappie tube jigs, chartreuse with red specks.

Lost a ton of sinkers, shad darts, and a few crappie jigs.

It took a long time to figure out how to fish for them. And I guess the fish were just not biting, there was a couple there that said they had caught 55 the day before and only had 4 today.

There was a sturgeon that jumped out of the water, that was an awesome site.

Going up and down the bank was exhausting.

Overall had a fun time. It was 97° F.

Planning to head back down on Wednesday.

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Name: Kyle Jones Date: April 06, 2016 Rating:
 
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We had another fantastic day on the Columbia River out of Portland today. I had 3 great customers and we managed to pick up 4 chrome spring chinook and we ended our day with a boat limit. We are still picking up most our fish trolling downstream with flashers and herring, but today I ran a blackjack superbait stuffed with my tuna concoction as part of the mix, and it produced one of our keepers.

The biggest key to this fishery is to make sure you are trolling on the bottom. I can't emphasis enough that if you are not tapping bottom you are not fishing.

The Columbia will remain open below Bonneville Dam through Saturday the 9th. We have some space available over the next few days if anyone wants to get in on this fishery. After the lower Columbia closes I will be switching over to fishing the Willamette, before following the fish upriver to the John Day Dam area the last week of April- May 6th. I have some great dates still open for John Day, and this is a unique fishery in that we offer combination Salmon and Sturgeon trips with the chance at getting keeper sturgeon.

Make sure to check out our website at Jonessportfishing.com for more details and prices.

Fishing the Columbia and Snake Rivers for Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon

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Name: blkphantomfishing Date: April 01, 2016 Rating:
 
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Got this pair on the I-5- 205 troll..had 2 others to the boat on 4 passes..hope we get another crack at them this year.

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Name: Kyle Jones Date: March 28, 2016 Rating:
 
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Fishing is really starting to pick up down here in the Portland area for Spring Chinook. A fellow guide buddy and I snuck out for a little fun fishing this morning and we're handsomely rewarded with a quick limit of Columbia River Spring Chinook. We picked both thsee fish up trolling flashers and herring downstream. Our favorite flashers have been the new Leo Flashers by Money Maker Fishing.

Now is the time to get down here and get in on this action. I have full day openings this week and 4 hour evening trip openings the 2nd - 9th of April. Also have openings for the Willamette River after the 10th of April. Also for people willing to wait until the end of April and into early May we still have some open dates for our John Day Dam Spring Chinook and Keeper Sturgeon combo trips. Give me a call at 208-861-0654 to book your dates.


Fishing the Columbia and Snake Rivers for Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon

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Name: tyee4me Date: March 26, 2016 Rating:
 
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We stayed at Red Lion Inn at on the River Jantzen Beach. This is a great location Our guide picked us up at the Hotel Dock which was 150ft from our room. We started to fish at 7am fishing next to I-5 Bridge using pyramid flashers, 8oz drop weight and cut plug herring. First fish came at 7:20am with a nice 12 lb hen. Second fish was at 8:50 am about the same but it was a wild so that fish was released. Then last fish taken was the big one at about 9:30am a beautiful 25 lb Spring Chinook.

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Name: Mike Carey Date: September 14, 2015 Rating:
 
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Aaron and I are at Ed Iman's "Fish Camp 2015" where we get to see new products from outdoor recreational companies and fish the mighty Columbia. It's a fun event we've participated in for several years now.

We fish below the Bonneville dam with Bruce Warren of FishingForFunGuideService.com. Bruce trolled us up the the "hog line" with super baits and flashers, and then anchored us for a relaxing day of fishing. The weather is kind ofg miserable right now, cold, windy, and wet. None the less, we had a good time sharing stories with Lance Merz of Mack's Lures and Ryan Neeley of Camp Chef. When we anchored up we switched to kwik fish.

No action for us this day, and we only saw a couple boats chase down fish all day. They were dumping a lot of water from the dam which no doubt caused some issues. We chose to fish this area as the wind was really blowing white caps up at the Deschuetes area.

We'll be back at it again and I'm confident we'll get some fish this week! Meanwhile, enjoy some pics we took at the Bonneville hatchery.

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Name: fish-huntr Date: May 22, 2015 Rating:
 
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Went out fishing in the new Grady White , had to test it out for a bit. but I knew I had to get our lines wet, so with some searching, found about a 80ft hole west of Hayden island. CATCH AND RELEASE. Had tons of fun caught about four each, all were keeper size except two. The biggest and first fish of the boat, was a beast, it almost tore the rod out of my hand. using squid and smelt off the bottom.

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Name: BARCHASER Date: April 22, 2015 Rating:
 
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Yeah I know the C is closed for Springers. We fished the Willamette. I posted this as a C report since if I posted as a Willy report it would go under Oregon not Washington.

Fished Wed, Thurs and Fri on the Willamette with my Portland friend in his boat. Herring and flasher. First two days we fished in the lower river in the harbor around the Swan Island shipyard. My bud got one 15 pounds. I got a hit, I didn't see it but my herring was all chewed up. Last day we fished in the upper river near Oregon City. I got a strong hit, my rod bounced but the fish was gone when I got there. Lots of guys out fishing.

Fishchecker in the lower river said 12 for 32 boats on Wed and 8 for 12 on Thurs.

It was fun. Its history for my friend and I, we both grew up in Portland fishing for spring Chinooks in the Willy. If anybody in western Wash is interested in trying the Willy send me a PM and I'll tell you where to stay, launch and the gear to use. Oregon license is kind of expensive, 15 bucks a day.

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