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Sandy River

Wednesday, March 29, 12:12 a.m. PDT


Current River Levels

For 7-day, 30-day, and one-year graphs, click bold type below.

GAGE LOCATION

DAY/YEAR
GRAPHS

CURRENT
STAGE/FLOW

WHAT TIME

Blzd Alder Ck / nr Rhododendron

7 30 year

2.25 / 124

11 pm Yest.

Fir Ck / nr Brightwood

7 30 year

2.53 / 87.70

11 pm Yest.

Beaver Ck / Troutdale

7 30 year

6.76 / 53.10

11 pm Yest.

Little Sandy / nr Bull Run

7 30 year

3.21 / 365

11 pm Yest.

Bull Run, SF / Multnomah Falls

7 30 year

4.80 / 279

11 pm Yest.

Bull Run, NF / Multnomah Falls

7 30 year

2.01 / 150

11 pm Yest.

Bull Run / Multnomah Falls

7 30 year

5.55 / 1010

11 pm Yest.

Bull Run / Bull Run

7 30 year

6.89 / 1830

11 pm Yest.

Sandy / Bull Run

7 30 year

11.60 / 5770

11 pm Yest.

Sandy / Marmot

7 30 year

693.02 / 2980

11 pm Yest.


Weather

Click bold type for weather from NOAA, Accuweather, or The Weather Channel

CITY

Portland

NOAA

Accuweather

TWC


What to Expect in March

How to use this section.


The Sandy sees a run of wild steelhead in March. The best fly fishing is between Dodge Park and Dabney Park. The area around Oxbow Park has good public access for bank anglers. Boaters will find easy water between Oxbow and Dabney, but the Dodge to Oxbow run has a couple of very tough rapids; this section isn't suited to hard boats such as McKenzie-style driftboats. Swing flies with traditional tactics.

For more on March tactics and flies, see the Rivers in General forecast

Other Fisheries

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Other Info Sources

Phone or click on links

Fisherman's Marine and Outdoor--Oregon City 503-557-3313

The Fly Fishing Shop 503-622-4607

Northwest Fly Fishing Outfitters 503-252-1529

Royal Treatment Fly Shop 503/850-4397


Feature Articles

Oregon Spring Fishing--Beyond Salmonflies

Sandy River Winter Steelhead with Marty Sheppard



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