When booking your trip and we set a date, we will do everything possible to make it happen. I’ll be up front and honest with you. If there is NO fish in the river at that time I will cancel the trip on that river, but if there is fish in another river and you are still want to fish. We can head on over and fish that river that has the fish. I’m not in this business to make money by taking people for a boat ride. My goal is to get you into fish and to have a relaxing time doing so. If the weather condition are to hazardous and unsafe to travel I will cancel the trip. If we get a huge down pour of rain and it brings the rivers up so quick that they blow out, I will cancel the trip. If you need to cancel your trip I would ask that you give me at least 72 hour notice. I have a rule of thumb when fishing the Clackamas and the Sandy Rivers. If the freezing level stays below 4000 feet and it’s raining the river will not blow out. If the freezing level goes above 4000 feet and it’s pouring, more than likely the river will blow out within 24 hrs.