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Date 26-Jun-15
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Conditions : CLACKAMAS RIVER: The song remains the same but perhaps a bit bleaker for Clackamas River anglers, with flows going even lower in the past week and the water temperature still hovering around 64°. Possible triple digit weather temperatures by the end of this week will surely deteriorate things a bit further. Even though the calendar says differently it looks like August or September out there, making travel by sled impossible and limiting the few anglers to drift boats or bank fishing. Fishing conditions are very challenging and will hold this way for the foreseeable future. Try fishing early or late in the day when the sun is off the water for increased chances of success. Now that school is in recess for the summer you should expect the recreational rafting folks to be on the river so consider the crowds when planning your fishing trip.

A scattering of summer steelhead are around while anglers are picking up an occasional springer from the lower river on up to Rivermill Dam. If you’re interested in catching steelhead concentrate below Barton Park. Spring Chinook are now spread from Carver on up to the dam. Of note is the hatchery at McIver Park has already seen over 2,000 spring Chinook show up in their trap, much earlier than normal for that number of Chinook. Anglers should make note that an angling deadline is clearly marked up near Rivermill Dam and the fishway; it is illegal to fish or even cast above this deadline.

Good bank access for can be found in many locations along the river from Gladstone, Cross Park, Riverside Park, along Clackamas River Road, Carver, Barton, and McIver parks. Clackamas River Drive closely follows the river below Carver Park, but be sure to not trespass on landowners properties. If you have a boat you can put in at Riverside Park, Carver Park, Barton Park, Feldheimer’s off Springwater Road, and at both lower and upper McIver Park ramps.

Monday, June 22 hydrological data shows river flows down again at 804 cfs, a gauge reading of 10.71 feet and the water temperature holding near 64°. All of the readings come from the Estacada gauge near McIver Park.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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About: - Boaters will find good ramp availability at Clackamette, Riverside, Carver, Barton, Feldheimers, and McIver Park.

Bank anglers can find access to the river in the Gladstone/Cross Park area, at Carver near the mouth of Clear Creek, at Barton Park , at McIver Park near Dog Creek, and around River Mill Dam.

Boat anglers can find access to the river from boat ramps located at McIver Park , Feldheimers, Barton, Carver, Riverside , or Clackamette. Keep in mind that the lower McIver boat ramp has been improved and provides a great launch site for drift boats.

  • Chinook Salmon
  • Steelhead
  • Coho Salmon
  • Rainbow Trout

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