Pretty simple. Take the Bonniville dam exit and go under the over pass. The road makes a "Y". Take the left route and stay on the road and cross the little railroad bridge. There is a big gravel parking lot there. Park and used the access stairs at the east end of the parking lot to hike down.
Most of the area near the mouth of the creek is going to be bobber fishermen. A few guys on the end and the top will try plunking but mostly they get frown at from the guys bobbering it. You will get in front of more fish if your bait is moving anyway..I would say stick with Bobber and eggs (shrimp too, if you can get them :wink: )
it is a bobber show, although there seems to be atleast one guy every year that thinks it is a good idea to plunk in the middle of 50 bobbers
you can cast spinners above or below with no problem. bring warm clothes and rain gear also, make sure your bobber is not set too deep...oversize sturgeon like to lay right off the bank and eat eggs and shrimp
I generally use 15 lb. But when it's crowded like it probably is, I like to put a heavier line on so I can just horse them in and everyone can get back to fishing. If you're going to use lighter line, be willing to move away from the crowd once you get the fish on. Most people get pretty [email protected]#%%d off when it takes a person more than 10 min to get the fish on the bank in the middle of the hole, so they'll just start casting across you. Now, this isn't always the case, but there's always one guy that gets mouthy about it.