Blanked on the Last Day

Granny and I planned to leave for Victor, ID today for a week of seeing friends in our old town along with a few final errands to be done.  BUT the weather is horrible once again and many of the mountain passes in eastern OR are snowy messes not worth attempting today...

Break in the Weather Puts Off Walleyes

While this continues to be a bear of a spring, there are a few weather breaks.  Today was one of them.  Last night we left Portland, OR and returned to White Salmon, WA.  We woke up today and it was calm, partly sunny and the temperature was nearly 50°.  Off Mike...

A Columbia River Smorgasbord

Mike LaSota and I skipped fishing yesterday because of a hard rain and strong wind.  But today we had window.  We still had some clouds but wind was nearly nonexistent and temperatures topped off at a welcome 53°.  Off we went around 9 AM to the Columbia River from...

Dredging Flies on the Mighty Columbia River

While dredging heavy Clouser’s and jig flies doesn’t appeal to some fly anglers, it does to me.  And it gets me particularly excited when the laborious method of fly fishing takes place on the Columbia River between Oregon and Washington.  Here, on any given cast you...