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The Hood River is no Fraser... that's for sure. I fish the Hood River is a very small stream that is heavily fished by the locals when the fish are in. The river is dammed 4 miles upstream at Copper Dam. The fish that are fin clipped get recycled back down to the mouth and are hopefully caught. The native chinook and steelhead are released to finish their trek upstream to spawn.

You have to work to fish the Hood....it's a tackle grabber and you have to learn the fishing holes to be somewhat successful.

I'd say the Hood is 1/2 the size of the Vedder. You fish the Hood in pockets of where fish will hold up to rest. It's a great river to fly fish on.
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