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Oxbow State Park - Sandy River

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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
45.50377698290395
Longitude:
-122.30840341796875
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
River
Species:
salmon
Launch Fees:
Yes
Cart Needed:
No
Oxbow Park is the highest point on the Sandy River where anglers are allowed to fish from a boat or kayak. It's also a popular launch point for spending all day on the water. From Oxbow it is about a 6 hour float to Dabney (while fishing anyways) and another 3 hours from Dabney to Lewis and Clark. Parking is $5. Shuttle services are available but need to be organized days in advance. Ideal Sandy River gauge levels for steelhead and salmon fishing is between 9-11'.
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