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Santiam River Sponsored by
Date 27-Apr-17
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Conditions : North and South Santiam River: North - As of April 24, flows are around 5,700 cfs at the Mehama gauge; less than ideal for fishing. A few summer steelhead have made it over the falls and up to Stayton but the bulk of the run is still about a month away from entering the river, along with spring Chinook. River levels best for fishing are below 3,000 cfs.

When the ‘bite’ is on, bobbers and jigs are the preferred fishing method with spoons, spinners and egg clusters also being effective. Currently the entire river below Packsaddle Park (near the Minto Fish Facility) is open year-round to hatchery steelhead.

South Fork - Flow levels are rising and will likely stay above the ideal for the rest of the week with more rain in the forecast and the reservoirs already fairly full. Flows are currently around 3,350 cfs (as of April 24). Newly arrived summer steelhead are beginning to enter the Willamette but it will be several more weeks before the bulk of these fish will arrive in the Santiam basin

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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