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45lb. King Salmon

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
With no rain for a couple weeks, the Smith is low and clear, but remains open to fishing. Boat pressure has been light, as most guides have canceled their salmon trips due to the conditions and lack of fish. Winter
(More...) (Thursday, December 2, 2021)

The Crooked River has had good fishing over the past week

by FLY AND FIELD OUTFITTERS
The Crooked River has had good fishing over the past week. This week has very little precipitation in the forecast and higher than average temperatures. These conditions should keep the fish pretty active. For hatches, blue wing olives will likely
(More...) (Friday, November 26, 2021)

North Umpqua River reopens to angling

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
ROSEBURG, Ore – The North Umpqua River reopens to winter steelhead angling Dec. 1 from the marker below Soda Springs Dam to where the North meets the mainstem Umpqua River near River Forks Park. All wild winter steelhead in the Umpqua
(More...) (Wednesday, November 24, 2021)

The Elk and Sixes are low and clear

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
The Elk and Sixes are low, clear and slow according to Martin. “Don’t expect much action until a major rain,” he said. “Salmon fishing usually continues well through mid-December, but anglers need a boost in flows for a decent chance
(More...) (Wednesday, November 24, 2021)

South and North Twin should definitely be on your list for a while longer

by THE FLY FISHERS PLACE
South and North Twin should definitely be on your list for a while longer, just pick a warmer day and go enjoy the crowd free lakes for another week or 2. The 10 day forecast shows nothing that would shut off
(More...) (Sunday, November 21, 2021)

The Fall River fish have been hungry but finicky,

by FLY AND FIELD OUTFITTERS
The Fall River fish have been hungry but finicky, which is expected most days. This week the daytime temperatures aren’t too cold but the nighttime lows are pretty chilly. You can expect the fish to be most active around mid-morning, once the
(More...) (Friday, November 19, 2021)

Low-head dam removal enhances fish passage in Eagle Creek

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
SALEM, Ore.— More than 13 miles of fish rearing and spawning habitat has been restored on Eagle Creek, a tributary of the Clackamas River, after ODFW and partners removed the Eagle Fern Dam earlier this year. With the dam removed and natural
(More...) (Friday, November 19, 2021)

Good Day on The Ocean for the Spindrift

by FISH REPORTS STAFF
The Spindrift had a great trip yesterday. They limited on rock fish and brought home 10 lingcod. The Spindrift still has room on Tuesday 11/16! The 1/2 day rockfish trip leaves at 8am and returns at 1pm. The price is
(More...) (Sunday, November 14, 2021)

Nor Cal - Sunday fun day!

by MIKE RESCINO / Lovely Martha Sportfishing
[NCFR] 12/5/21. LIMITS!! Today we had beautiful weather and great fishing!! We finished up with 23 limits(230) of delicious crab!! We have lots of room WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY.  Make your reservation on our website at www.lovelymartha.com  Or call Capt. Mike 650-619-6629 Let’s go
(More from NCFR) (Sunday, December 5, 2021)

Washington - December’s first razor clam digs moving ahead on Washington coast

by WA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
[WAFR] OLYMPIA – Razor clam digging continues in December, as shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have approved the next round of digs for Washington’s coastal beaches. The latest tests for marine toxins came back all clear
(More from WAFR) (Wednesday, November 24, 2021)

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