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November 15, 2014 09:06 by: Sapo 0 Comments

I didn't post about the "snow/ice storm" that hit Portland a few days ago because I did not feel that the event was going to be significant at all for the Portland metro area.  However, I am going to do a quick recap of the storm, pretty much going over why we didn't get 4-8" of snow like the NWS called for, then a weather outlook for this week and a brief outlook for the rest of the winter.

Thursday Storm Recap

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November 12, 2014 07:45 by: Sapo 0 Comments

I'm back with another fishing report, and there is some really good information I'm about to present here, so read on.

Fishing has been good all throughout Oregon, however many of the salmon fisheries are slowing down.  In Northwest Oregon, some rivers have been slowing down but the fishing has been good overall.  The Trask and Wilson are both producing chinook, but the fish are darkening fast and the lower down the river you go, the more fish you will find.  The Wilson does have a lot of coho you might accidentally catch but you cannot actually fish for them.  There are still quite a few fisherman at both of these rivers.  The Miami and Kilchis are both doing fairly well for chum salmon, but the season closes for the chums on November 15.  It is a little late to go now, though, because by now there are quite a few fish that are spawned out and ready to die.  But, I went to the Miami yesterday and hooked up with quite a few fish willing to take my fly.  The Miami river is slow for steelhead and fair for chinook.

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November 03, 2014 07:53 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Hey, I'm going to be doing weekly fishing reports for Oregon from now on.  The fishing reports will be mainly for all species of trout as well as salmon and steelhead, and I won't be detailing small ponds or lakes, or warm water fisheries.  Anyways, lets get this started:

Columbia River-The Columbia river fishery is pretty much over and there is little to no effort throughout most of the river.  Fishing efforts would be best used elsewhere, especially since there are quite a few rivers that are fishing very well right now.

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October 23, 2014 11:48 by: Sapo 0 Comments

I apologize for not posting on my website in awhile.  The reason I haven't been posting and keeping you updated with the weather, fishing, etc. is because my friend Brett and I are writing a book!  We have already spent a combined thirty hours working on our masterpiece, and we expect the writing part of our book to be done sometime between January-March 2015.  We're keeping most of the book top-secret for now, because it provides excellent information that is definitely worth more than free to access.  The book of the century that we are writing is called: Oregon's Renowned Fishing Rivers: How To Fish Them, What to Fish, and When to Fish Them.  This spectacular book is going to include:

-Gorgeous pictures of fish and rivers all over Oregon

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August 11, 2014 14:33 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Hey!  I made a fishing YouTube Channel, and am uploading videos almost daily!  You'll get excellent fishing advice, tips, strategies, along with HD Video!  Check out FishingInstructionals AndTips!!  Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcbyhyZ_HcevEWb5aLYqjUw

?Be sure to like, comment and subscribe to keep my videos coming!  Thanks!

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June 24, 2014 13:50 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Let's start at the beginning.  Originally, the third and final piece of the Hobbit series was going to be named The Hobbit: There and Back Again, a very Tolkien-like name.  This is about Bilbo going to Erebor, many events happening, and going back home.  J.R.R. Tolkien uses the phrase there and back again occasionally in his books.  It was going to be a satisfying and fitting title.  Beginning in April, a series of interesting name changes started to happen.

Around mid April, TheOneRing.net reported that the title The Hobbit: Into the Fire was registered for the third movie of The Hobbit.  I posted about that giving my insight.  If you haven't read my article, it can be found here:

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April 17, 2014 09:54 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Hi!  As many of you know, I'm quite into fishing.  Just about everyone has been fishing at some point in there life, and most people like it to some extent.  If you know, me, you would know that I like fishing more than just about everyone who is going to read the title.  However, lots of people go fishing at least once a year, and The Fishing section of my website is going to have my reports/reviews on tons of places I have gone fishing, so that it is easy for you to come here, choose one, and go fishing!  This article is also posted on my fishing, but all of my fishing places will be on my fishing section, so make sure to click there.   I hope you appreciate the new addition to my website.  Thanks!

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April 17, 2014 09:46 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Hello.  Sorry I haven't posted for awhile, things have been kind of busy.  Anyways, here's a really interesting piece of information.  The third installment of The Hobbit, which is widely known as The Hobbit: There and Back Again, may take a name changed.  

Theonering.net says that they have received information from a reliable source that states that New Line Cinema has registered a new name for the third and final movie of the Hobbit.  Apparently, the new name for the Hobbit is currently The Hobbit: Into The Fire.  I'm not sure why PJ and everyone decided to throw out There and Back Again, but currently that is the rumor.

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March 10, 2014 09:14 by: Sapo 1 Comment

The weather has been dull for awhile, but some excitement comes up this week!  We will be experiencing warm, sunny, weather for the next week.

Today we get chiller with heavy downpours, isolated rain showers, and possible thunderstorms, but after today, the rest of the week is mainly dry!  Here is my forecast:

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March 01, 2014 18:25 by: Sapo 0 Comments

Models, all of them, have significantly backed off on the intensity of the cold air coming into Oregon right now, and also how far it will reach.  Many models don't have Portland getting down to 32 degrees at all in the next 48 hours.  Here are my updated thoughts:

-Southern and Southwestern Portland getting down to around 35 tonight

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