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Wednesday, May 7, 2014
By Dave Graybill
If you are watching the dam counts, spring salmon are moving above Bonneville Dam in very good numbers now. This is an exciting time of year. The fishing activity that you see if you travel into the Columbia River Gorge and pass by the popular fishing areas like Drano Lake and the Wind River, the site will astound you. I have been very fortunate to have been invited once again to jump on board with a couple of friends to record the action for my Fishing TV Show, and maybe even catch a fish or two myself. I will be fishing with Herb Good, at Hood River, who is a legend in salmon fishing on the Columbia River, and hope to be joined by his good friend Deb and his dog Jig will, of course be coming along. I will then jump across the Columbia and join Shane Magnuson, Upper Columbia Guide Services, who has been fishing down here for many years. I have met some great clients of Magnuson’s over the years, and we have had some terrific fishing. I am really looking forward to the trip and to get some great footage of the techniques these two guides use to get spring salmon on the Columbia.