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Old 03-16-2020, 10:12 AM   #1
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Default Springers 2020 !!

Spring Chinook season is heating up daily on the Columbia River. The run predictions are fair to good. Spring Chinook are the best eating and fighting fish the Northwest has to offer ! With improving weather and warming temperatures the bite should improve as well.
I have many openings starting March thru the quota on the Columbia and then will be targeting the lower Willamette up to Oregon City.
We will be fishing out of my 23' Alumaweld Columbia and launching where the fish are.
I will supply all quality gear & bait. I have a Springer special for $175.00 per person, half day trips $100.00 and offer group discounts as well. Contact me for more details and book a trip.
Fish on !!
Herman Fleishman
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