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Kilchis River Sponsored by
Date 29-Nov-17
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Conditions : KILCHIS RIVER: Fall Chinook fishing has been slow to fair. Best chances for bright fish have been right after rain events as the river first drops into shape. Bobber fishing bait, back-bouncing, back-trolling plugs or divers and bait, or casting spinners can all be effective methods for Chinook.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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About: - The Kilchis River is a river, approximately 15 miles long, on the coast of northwest Oregon.

It rises in two forks northern Tillamook County in the Tillamook State Forest northeast of Bay City. The North Fork and South Fork, each 5 miles long, flow west before joining. The combined river flows southwest, entering the southeast end of Tillamook Bay approximately 4 miles northwest of the town of Tillamook.

  • Steelhead
  • Sea Run Cutthroat

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