Is producing some brown trout below Tippy Dam.
Those fishing near Tippy Dam are still taking some steelhead.
Steelhead fishing will most likely be done by the time water levels come back down.
Steelhead fishing is still going strong, but should start winding down soon. Some nice chrome fish have been caught up at Tippy Dam. There should still be some fish for the trout opener this weekend though high water levels will certainly cause muddy water for the opener. Bait anglers will score best when using crawlers.
Is still good for steelhead.
Is producing steelhead between the mouth and Tippy Dam.
The recent rain and snow melt should help push more fish into the river. This could be the weekend that anglers have been waiting for.
More anglers are turning to steelhead fishing. Boat and shore anglers are casting flies or jigs with wax worms and wigglers.
Steelhead have started however the cold front could slow things down again. Boat and shore anglers are tossing flies or jigs with wax worms and wigglers. Good catfish and crappie action on the Hodenpyl backwaters.
The weekend could bring good steelhead movement.
Steelhead fishing is slowly improving, but the rivers are low, clear, and cold. Thawing along with increased runoff will bring more fish in soon.
Steelhead are still being caught however higher water levels did not bring good numbers of fish into the river. Catch rates should only get better as we move closer to spring.
Steelhead fishing should pick up with the thaw. Still early for the main run however there should be some fresh fish moving in and the winter fish will become more active.
Is putting up a few brown trout and steelhead for those willing to put in the time. Try small baits such as a jig and wax worm or flies.
Boat anglers are still taking some steelhead all the way up to Tippy Dam. Fish the deeper holes when the temperatures drop.