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Okay, its getting to be "that time", when the water warms a bit,columbia backs up/ flows less, and the springers seem pretty fickle in the lower willamette. Of course theres probably more fish moving thru than all season! Anyone care to offer tips/ideas for these conditions? I think I may stick to anchoring flatfish on outgoing tides only, and skip the trollin on incoming? Maybe they'll bite better with some current?
 

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Troll the incoming. If you can't fish half the time, you are hamstrung. They are there. Go gettum!

Mark and the headed out later today for some ears flapping in the wund fun.
 

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Here's a few:

Use either prawns or small spinners. Look for places of more current, move up river, fish deeper, don't fish on hot, sunny days.
 
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