Steelheaders Embrace Coho and Chinook Fishing on the Sandy

The Tualatin Valley Northwest Steelheaders take their Oregon fishing seriously. The group meets regularly to discuss the prospects for steelhead catches in the river waters throughout the state.  This Thursday, September 18 the group will be discussing the fall chinook and coho bobber fishing on the Sandy River. Guest speaker Rick Allen, who is a guide on the river, will provide his insight and suggestions for the best fishing possibilities on the river this year.

The group meets at the Aloha American Legion Hall at 20235 SW Alexander Street in Aloha.

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About The Tualatin Valley Northwest Steelheaders

The Tualatin Valley Chapter has a rich history within the Association. They are dedicated to accomplishing the mission of the Steelheaders and are especially interested in providing volunteers to endeavors that will result in better fishing and fisheries.

The group is heavily involved in ODF&W’s S.T.E.P. The members meet regularly on coastal rivers to perform projects such as refurbishing boat launches and slides, fin clipping juvenile steelhead and salmon, river clean ups and other projects deemed necessary.

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