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Elk River Sponsored by
Date 20-Nov-15
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Conditions : ELK RIVER: Anglers have been doing pretty good picking up Chinook near the mouth. A few fish have trickled upstream, but the river is still low. Anglers can call Elk River Hatchery (541-332-0405) for river conditions. The best level to float the river is 5 feet and dropping.

The county boat ramp is no longer usable due to low water. Anglers wanting to fish Emigrant must either fish from shore or from small watercraft or inflatables. Bass, panfish and trout are available. The water level in the reservoir is at 11 percent of capacity

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - Elk River: October through January. The Elk River is 50 miles long with 10 miles of good King Salmon fishing water for late season. The Elk River is a wonderful small stream with more King salmon holding water and holes per mile than any other stream in Oregon. Kings on the Elk River average about 30-pounds, with fish to 50-pounds.
  • Salmon
  • Steelhead
  • Coho Salmon
  • Sea-Run Cutthroat

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