Latest Fishing Photos from Oregon

What's biting right now in Oregon? Check out the latest Oregon fishing reports below.

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Crabbing has been great lately! Bottom fishing for salmon is slowing down, but it's not too early to start booking for spring Chinook in Tillamook bay, starting in May!
    Crabbing has been great lately! Bottom fishing for salmon is slowing down, but it's not too early to start booking for spring Chinook in Tillamook bay, starting in May!
    Crabbing has been great lately! Bottom fishing for salmon is slowing down, but it's not too early to start booking for spring Chinook in Tillamook bay, starting in May!
    Crabbing has been great lately! Bottom fishing for salmon is slowing down, but it's not too early to start booking for spring Chinook in Tillamook bay, starting in May!

Fishing report from Bryan J. in Gresham, Oregon Book a trip with Bryan here.

    Sturgeon fish and catch and release continues to be awesome from Portland Oregon to the Oregon coast. We have had customers from all over the US having a great experience catching 4 to 8 foot fish. Here's a few pics from today.
    Sturgeon fish and catch and release continues to be awesome from Portland Oregon to the Oregon coast. We have had customers from all over the US having a great experience catching 4 to 8 foot fish. Here's a few pics from today.
    Sturgeon fish and catch and release continues to be awesome from Portland Oregon to the Oregon coast. We have had customers from all over the US having a great experience catching 4 to 8 foot fish. Here's a few pics from today.

Fishing report from Bryan J. in Gresham, Oregon Book a trip with Bryan here.

    Fishing in Astoria Oregon has been outstanding for trophy oversize Sturgeon. Unfortunately, it's all catch and release this year but these are the hardest fighting fish you can ever experience. Fishing in under 5 feet of water these prehistoric dinosaurs when hooked come jumping out of the water making a memory that is unforgettable. Size of fish range from 5-10 ft in average. July is the best time to go!
    Fishing in Astoria Oregon has been outstanding for trophy oversize Sturgeon. Unfortunately, it's all catch and release this year but these are the hardest fighting fish you can ever experience. Fishing in under 5 feet of water these prehistoric dinosaurs when hooked come jumping out of the water making a memory that is unforgettable. Size of fish range from 5-10 ft in average. July is the best time to go!
    Fishing in Astoria Oregon has been outstanding for trophy oversize Sturgeon. Unfortunately, it's all catch and release this year but these are the hardest fighting fish you can ever experience. Fishing in under 5 feet of water these prehistoric dinosaurs when hooked come jumping out of the water making a memory that is unforgettable. Size of fish range from 5-10 ft in average. July is the best time to go!
    Fishing in Astoria Oregon has been outstanding for trophy oversize Sturgeon. Unfortunately, it's all catch and release this year but these are the hardest fighting fish you can ever experience. Fishing in under 5 feet of water these prehistoric dinosaurs when hooked come jumping out of the water making a memory that is unforgettable. Size of fish range from 5-10 ft in average. July is the best time to go!

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.
    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.
    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.
    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.
    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.
    Bottom fishing is awesome now! Big kings and halibut salmon starts June 17th.

Fishing report from Bryan J. in Gresham, Oregon Book a trip with Bryan here.

    This week's Salmon and Sturgeon around Portland, Oregon has been phenomenal with these hard fighting Sturgeon ranging from 3 feet to 10 feet in size. Salmon fishing has been a little spotty but there's still some around to be caught. Recently I am doing salmon in the morning and Sturgeon in the afternoon. combo trips, fun for the whole family.
    This week's salmon and sturgeon around Portland, Oregon have been phenomenal with these hard fighting sturgeon ranging from 3 feet to 10 feet in size. Salmon fishing has been a little spotty but there's still some around to be caught. Recently I am doing salmon in the morning and sturgeon in the afternoon. combo trips, fun for the whole family.
    This week's salmon and sturgeon around Portland, Oregon have been phenomenal with these hard fighting sturgeon ranging from 3 feet to 10 feet in size. Salmon fishing has been a little spotty but there's still some around to be caught. Recently I am doing salmon in the morning and sturgeon in the afternoon. combo trips, fun for the whole family.

Fishing report from Jason H. in Portland, Oregon. Book a trip with Jason here.

    King salmon fishing in the Portland area is in full swing. Catches will satay consistent through June. Combination sturgeon/salmon trips are available as well.
    King salmon fishing in the Portland area is in full swing. Catches will satay consistent through June. Combination sturgeon/salmon trips are available as well.

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    A fantastic epic day of limits of lingcod yellowtail rockfish and Dungeness crab

Fishing report from Herman F. in Warren, Oregon. Book a trip with Herman here.

Fishing report from Bryan J. in Gresham, Oregon Book a trip with Bryan here.

    Catch and release sturgeon fishing has been phenomenal on the Willamette River in Portland Oregon with days of 10 to 40 Sturgeon caught per trip. Also Walleye fishing on the Columbia is starting to pick up as the water is warming a few degrees. Big females are being caught and we've been catching some large trophies lately. Thanks and see you out there!
    Catch and release sturgeon fishing has been phenomenal on the Willamette River in Portland Oregon with days of 10 to 40 Sturgeon caught per trip. Also Walleye fishing on the Columbia is starting to pick up as the water is warming a few degrees. Big females are being caught and we've been catching some large trophies lately. Thanks and see you out there!
    Catch and release sturgeon fishing has been phenomenal on the Willamette River in Portland Oregon with days of 10 to 40 Sturgeon caught per trip. Also Walleye fishing on the Columbia is starting to pick up as the water is warming a few degrees. Big females are being caught and we've been catching some large trophies lately. Thanks and see you out there!

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Crabbing is awesome right now and also booking for spring chinook right now also an the Columbia river and Tillamook bay
    Crabbing is awesome right now and also booking for spring chinook right now also an the Columbia river and Tillamook bay
    Crabbing is awesome right now and also booking for spring chinook right now also an the Columbia river and Tillamook bay
    Crabbing is awesome right now and also booking for spring chinook right now also an the Columbia river and Tillamook bay
    Crabbing is awesome right now and also booking for spring chinook right now also an the Columbia river and Tillamook bay

Fishing report from Jeff F. in Boardman, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Jeff here.

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

Fishing report from Caleb R. in Astoria, Oregon. Book a trip with Caleb here.

    Winter steelhead fishing has started out in oregon. Fish are starting to show in local rivers. Although it's early we have some signs of good things to come. If you want to have a chance at the fish of 1000 casts now is your time to get a date secured.

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    And I have one more Saturday in January 14th for sturgeon on the Columbia River at Bonneville dam
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way
    Crabbing and bottom fishing is awesome right now salmon was phenomenal this year I have more pics coming your way

Fishing report from Jason R. in Hubbard, Oregon Book a trip with Captain Jason here.

Fishing report from Craig I. in Garibaldi, Oregon. Book a trip with Captain Craig here.

    Salmon on the Nehalem river is producing! Crabbing has been awesome and when we can make it out to go bottom fishing it's been phenomenal. And don't forget steelhead is coming up in January so get out there and fish on!
    Salmon on the Nehalem river is producing! Crabbing has been awesome and when we can make it out to go bottom fishing it's been phenomenal. And don't forget steelhead is coming up in January so get out there and fish on!
    Salmon on the Nehalem river is producing! Crabbing has been awesome and when we can make it out to go bottom fishing it's been phenomenal. And don't forget steelhead is coming up in January so get out there and fish on!
    Salmon on the Nehalem river is producing! Crabbing has been awesome and when we can make it out to go bottom fishing it's been phenomenal. And don't forget steelhead is coming up in January so get out there and fish on!

Fishing report from Cory G. in Bend, Oregon. Book a trip with Cory here.

    Heading into fall and steelhead season looks like it will remain open! Reports that are trickling in from the Lower River are very positive and optimistic for a decent or at least average season. So good news. Trending back toward average or even fishable is a plus. We just got back from the Owyhee and dove right into to our upper river trout trips and have not had a chance to chase steel just yet but can’t wait. In fact, with a token day off circled on the calendar, some steelheading for us is on the docket! Can’t wait. It is not often we get to hold cork ourselves and fish so, I guess we “have to” go see how the run is shaping up and do some “research”. Stay tuned. Looking forward to sharing some grip and grins. We have some spots open for steel in the fall, and if you missed a season, this could be the time to get that fix. Fall trout fishing can be really good. Combo trout and steelhead and camping in the canyon and you have a winner of a trip. Shoot, fall trout fishing and not even targeting steelhead normally sees some incidental chrome bonus. Or we can just strictly focus on steelhead and swing away. Choose your weapon and fish of choice. That is the beauty of the Deschutes. Steelhead tactics remain unchanged… classic swing. Dry lines in the low light with your go to confidence flies (GB Skunks, Purple Peril.. you know). Sink tips for sun on the water or shade up and nap before evening swing shade sessions. You can nymph more trouty type steelhead riffles and lies too or mid-day. That is the beauty with steelhead, doesn’t change much and not a super scientific match the hatch game. Reading water and where the prime lies are, having fish actually around and being there when they are in a grabby making poor life decisions mood have more to do with it than the magic fly. Yes, it takes years to learn the fine nuances of how and where they are, that separates the steelhead Jedis that consistently catch fish and the steelheaders that get more casting practice than fighting fish. Trout- look for tail end of caddis activity, an uptick in BWOs, possible Mahogany duns, and October caddis. Normally October caddis we don’t focus on a ton, but if you see a monster rise under a tree (think salmon fly take), that is a fish keyed on October Caddis and they are normally soft pitch to get to eat a big dry. Fall is a mix of dry/drop, a little more indicator fishing with at least one big stone type nymph in the mix (random steelhead producer) and looking for fish on dries when you see hatches develop.

Fishing report from Cory G. in Bend, Oregon.

    Packed up and ready to Head out to the Owyhee. We are excited to be headed east to this cool canyon brown trout playground. On the docket is throwing hoppers, beetles and other “junk” along the banks to tempt that big old alligator mouthed brown out of his liar. Seeing that-inch-wide snout poke up, the hopper disappears and the frothing eruption in skinny water on the hook set is so much fun. If they aren’t playing that game, we have options. Like early morning Trico action, then on to PMD’s and caddis later in the day. Mix in searching with a dry -drop rig or stripping streamers and you pretty much cover all the bases and ways to trout fish. Good times. A few slots open, so if you need a summertime trout fix, we might be able to help you out. We will be over there and love taking advantage of all the time and opportunity we can to have fun with this fishery. We have mixed service at “camp” (a really neat bed and breakfast… roughing it), but we will check in when we can, and happy to help figure a way out to get you on the Owyhee. Expectations are high for another great late summer season over there. In the meantime, the heat wave that has been blasting us, might have made it miserable to go mow the lawn (why aren’t you fishing anyways?), has made the caddis go bonkers on the Deschutes. Dry fly and head hunting Redsides under the trees with all the caddis has been fantastic. Which is perfect… super-hot out and you get to go wet wade and dry fly fish?!! Can’t think of a better way to spend a ho summer day. Speaking of the Deschutes, more good news, steelhead numbers are above the 5-year average over Bonneville. ODFW has opened steelhead up for now and will re-evaluate in September. So, we are tracking in the right direction. Fall trips on the “D” for trout can be fantastic, the nymphing can be on fire and dry fly opportunities are present as well. Fall camp trips fill up quick. For more information or to discuss the steelhead opps, give a call. So far, the summer has been great, little pressure and good, consistent caddis action.
    Packed up and ready to Head out to the Owyhee. We are excited to be headed east to this cool canyon brown trout playground. On the docket is throwing hoppers, beetles and other “junk” along the banks to tempt that big old alligator mouthed brown out of his liar. Seeing that-inch-wide snout poke up, the hopper disappears and the frothing eruption in skinny water on the hook set is so much fun. If they aren’t playing that game, we have options. Like early morning Trico action, then on to PMD’s and caddis later in the day. Mix in searching with a dry -drop rig or stripping streamers and you pretty much cover all the bases and ways to trout fish. Good times. A few slots open, so if you need a summertime trout fix, we might be able to help you out. We will be over there and love taking advantage of all the time and opportunity we can to have fun with this fishery. We have mixed service at “camp” (a really neat bed and breakfast… roughing it), but we will check in when we can, and happy to help figure a way out to get you on the Owyhee. Expectations are high for another great late summer season over there. In the meantime, the heat wave that has been blasting us, might have made it miserable to go mow the lawn (why aren’t you fishing anyways?), has made the caddis go bonkers on the Deschutes. Dry fly and head hunting Redsides under the trees with all the caddis has been fantastic. Which is perfect… super-hot out and you get to go wet wade and dry fly fish?!! Can’t think of a better way to spend a ho summer day. Speaking of the Deschutes, more good news, steelhead numbers are above the 5-year average over Bonneville. ODFW has opened steelhead up for now and will re-evaluate in September. So, we are tracking in the right direction. Fall trips on the “D” for trout can be fantastic, the nymphing can be on fire and dry fly opportunities are present as well. Fall camp trips fill up quick. For more information or to discuss the steelhead opps, give a call. So far, the summer has been great, little pressure and good, consistent caddis action.
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