The rain didn’t add enough turbidity to change things. Water remains about perfect. Fall chinook are spawning big time. I’d guess it’s steelhead that will dominate the remainder of the season. The coho numbers are way down but I’ve heard or some caught upstream of the Klickitat Gorge. As noted earlier I’ve had visitors for the last week or so, they’ve left now but did very well while here.
The weather forecast suggests some light rain here and there but things shouldn’t change much until Nov.1st or so. NOAA’s river forecast suggests a heavy increase in flows Nov 1. I’d guess turbidity will increase dramatically. But it’s good now. Fish when you can.