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Date 31-Oct-14
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Conditions : SALMON RIVER: Fall Chinook fishing is fair with anglers catching fish in upper tidewater and through the mainstem up to the deadline. Many fish are in spawning condition this time of year. Casting lures or floating bait under a bobber can be effective.

Cutthroat trout fishing is fair through the mainstem with the season over at the end of this month.

Fall Chinook fishing is fair to good. Anglers are having success from mid to upper tidewater and all through the river below the deadline at Illahee Park. Recent rains have pushed a lot of fish out of tidewater for their migration to the spawning grounds. The wild coho fishery has slowed down but anglers can still catch bright fish in tidewater up to the deadline. Summer steelhead fishing is slow in the upper river above Moonshine Park. The cutthroat trout fishery has slowed down and the season closes at the end of this month.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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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.

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