Salmon Fishing August 27, 2021

The Buoy 10 season has been more productive than expected. As a result, Chinook can no longer be kept from Buoy 10 to Tongue point. The Coho are flushing in nicely which should result in some really good salmon fishing below Tongue point. The ocean North of Cape Falcon is also closing for Salmon afterContinue reading “Salmon Fishing August 27, 2021”

The Columbia is Closed

This week in fishing It’s been a slow week of Salmon fishing in Oregon with a few bright spots in the Columbia gorge area. I fished the Multnomah Channel below the Sauvies Island bridge yesterday and the Columbia River today. I didn’t mark many fish and failed to see a net go up on eitherContinue reading “The Columbia is Closed”

Springer In the Box

We caught an early springer on Saturday in the Multnomah Channel. The head of the channel starts from the Willamette river in Northwest Portland and flows into the Columbia river near St. Helens. Fresh spring chinook from the Columbia river make their way up the Channel every year in the early spring. I want toContinue reading “Springer In the Box”

Spring Chinook Fishing 3/20/2020

It’s still early in the Spring Chinook season and there have been a few fish caught this week in the Willamette, the Multnomah Channel, and the Columbia river. The catch has been hit-and-miss in most areas but the effort is increasing and the bite should be more consistent as we move into April. The turbidityContinue reading “Spring Chinook Fishing 3/20/2020”

Springers are in the system

Welcome back to Fishing with David Pyle. On Sunday we skunked with three lines in the water. Smolt were aggressively biting our cut-plug herring but we weren’t able to find an adult Spring Chinook. If you watched my video, you know that we only saw one caught but heard of two others. This week, inContinue reading “Springers are in the system”