Re: Looking for some good spots near Clackamas or Sandy Rivers
As mentioned parks and boat ramps are a good general place to start. Many people close the area do not want to post specific "holes" on the internet or fragile wild steelhead rivers. If one really wants to reduce the learning curve there are several very good flyfishing guides in the area. A float with an experienced guide is a great way to learn the river environment and increase your angling skills. Even though I know the area well, I always learn something knew when I take a trip, and have a great time.