Leta talk about Sturgeon spots on the Columbia River.
one of my favorite spots for sturgeon fishing is fishing start upriver by the Bonneville dam.
Sturgeon fish at the deadline. just below the locks.
Columbia River is fast here, and if you have the guts for the heavy water, you will find plenty of sturgeon here, Beware of barge traffic. Remember barge traffic always has the right way.
Now a few miles down the Columbia River to marker 85 which is known as the deadline in the summer. The water is still fast but slower than the deadline.
I like to sturgeon fish just on the edge of the fishing channel on the Oregon side.
Usually, I like to fish with sand shrimp or smelt. There seems to be plenty of fish here, small and monster sturgeon.
Now let’s head down the Columbia 20 miles or so In Troutdale. There are some good holes right near the power lines near the sandy river.
These are great to fish in the morning, but it gets a little tuff in the afternoon on a hot day cause lots of boat traffic.
So, get your sturgeon early and get out! From Troutdale to Bonneville lots of room to fish sturgeon.
Don’t be afraid to move around and find new spots.
Have fun and good luck!!
You can always call Marvins Guide Service ad he will be happy to hook you up.
Marvin fishes from a 29-foot covered and heated boat for your comfort.
Last Updated on by Marvin
where is marker 85? I have not found it on a map.
About a mile below the fishery boat ramp. It is on the Washington side.
or you could say about 3 miles down from the dam.
whats a spot that bass fisher and/or walleye fishing is no good?
is the old gravel pit by company lake at the end of NE sundial drive public access, of would any one really care if some one went fishing back there?