: EAGLE CREEK: The rain over the weekend brought a few more fresh coho into Eagle Creek and that was evident by the increase in fishing effort seen along the creek. Although there arent any confirmed catch reports its likely that a few coho have been landed in the creek recently and its just a matter of time before this fishery really gets going. Should we see a couple of days with decent rainfall some fresh coho will surely move in from the Clackamas River to Eagle Creek on their way up to the hatchery. The first spot to try is in the Bonnie Lure Park area, then up from there you can find limited access near the Hwy. 224 Bridge. Since much of the creek bank lies on private property the next good access will be along Eagle Fern Road around the lower fish ladder up to and through Eagle Fern Park.
Reported by: Oregon D.F.W
Lures & Spinners
The most popular spots to try include the Bonnie Lure area, the water above and below the lower fish ladder, Eagle Fern Park, and up near the hatchery. Much of the creek meanders through private property so pay attention to your location and secure permission before fishing on private land.
Misc Info: -
Long stretches of Eagle Creek run through private property and anglers must stay below ordinary high water as they travel up or downstream from public access points.