‘It’s Looking Like A 20K-plus Steelhead Year’: Willy Bio

Gotchyer copy of the May Northwest Sportsman?

I sure as hell hope so — in it are a pair of maps for steelheading the McKenzie and South Santiam Rivers which should benefit from a monster run heading up the Willamette right now.

“It’s looking like a 20,000-plus summer steelhead year, which we haven’t had for a long time,” ODFW biologist Jeff Ziller tells Mike Stahlberg of the Eugene Register-Guard.

Through May 15, there are 10,438 summer-runs over Willamette Falls.

Before they get into the McKenzie and South Santiam, hit ’em at the Town Run, between Eugene and Springfield.

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