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huntandride wrote:Slightly off topic. Gonna be heading up for the owf from Reno this year. Was wondering where near the contest or south of St. Helens there was any good fishing. Looking to fish a bit on my drive up or back home. Not looking for your honey hole just some areas in general. I'd be fly fishing.
Look up the Deschutes river, it's could be on your way to or from, world class fly fishing. Also, in the general area of Portland is the Sandy river and Clackamas river. Both of those rivers will have summer steelhead running in that time frame. Is that general enough?
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We will be making the drive down. Should be a good one.
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Thought it was a let down. Though to be honest I had never intended to watch the show. I had other places to be and beer to drink.
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