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Date 02-Dec-16
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Conditions : SALMON RIVER: The Salmon River and bay is open for Chinook salmon. The run is near the end but a few fish are still entering the system. Trolling herring in the lower bay is an effective technique. Eggs and bobber can be productive in the upper bay and river as the season progresses. Parking can be limited at Knight Park during the fall salmon return. Anglers are reminded that from Knight Park boat ramp to Sulphur Creek from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, fishing is restricted to single point hook metal lures, fly, or salmon bobber angling.

The Salmon River opens for wild and hatchery steelhead Dec. 1. Wild winter steelhead can be retained on the Salmon River. Daily and annual bag limit on wild winter steelhead are 1/day and 3/year. Casting spinners, drifting bait or using a bobber and jig can be effective.

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About: - About the Salmon River: One of two Salmon Rivers in the State of Oregon, this short coastal river is known for strong hatchery runs of fall chinook salmon. The hatchery is located only 4 miles from the mouth of the river so most people angle in a rather short stretch of the river. Downstream of the Hwy 101 bridge the Cascade Head National Scenic Area provides good public access for bank anglers. Boaters can put in at the ramp at the end of Three Rocks Road. Most people fish for salmon and steelhead in the fall and winter.

Driving Directions: The Salmon River is paralleled by Hwy 18 for much of its length and crossed by Hwy 101 near its mouth

Campgrounds: There are no campgrounds along the Salmon River, however, Devils Lake State Park located a few miles south along Hwy 101 at Lincoln City has 100 tent/trailer sites, water, flush toilets, and showers.

  • Salmon
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  • Trout

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