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Tuesday, September 26, 2017
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. Once again I'm relegated to longingly look at other people catching fish on the lower Columbia. You too? I'm thinking maybe I should "unfriend" a bunch of my guide buddies on Facebook. It's killing me to pull up my timeline and scroll down the page seeing one happy customer after another hoisting either a fall-run King; upper river bright; or fall-run Coho salmon for the camera, smiling wide with excitement over their catch. Meanwhile I'm trying not to cut my fingers on the lip of a can of tuna to mix over dry, white bread for my lunch. It's true though. Those plying the waters off the mouth of the Deschutes hover fishing with clusters of eggs or those trolling off the mouth of the Klickitat are catching one fall run fish after another. If you have the time, the boat and the inclination, I'd suggest you run south, pointing your bow towards Biggs Junction and either turn right or left...either way you'll land in a hot spot for some fun fall fishing. Oh yes, if you don't want to travel that far, there's always Vernita and the Hanford Reach. Until next time, Good Fishing!