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Umatilla River Sponsored by
Date 20-Nov-15
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Conditions : UMATILLA RIVER: Salmon catch rates are picking up on the lower Umatilla, for the week of November 9-15 salmon anglers averaged 6.3 hours per salmon caught and steelhead anglers averaged 7.0 hours per steelhead landed. Fishing should continue to be good, as steelhead return numbers to Threemile Dam continue to increase.

Anglers are reminded salmon season ends November 30 on the Umatilla River.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - The Umatilla River flows out of the Umatilla National Forest and joins the Columbia River at Umatilla, north of Hermiston. In its lower reaches, it offers steelhead and coho and fall Chinook salmon angling. The season on spring Chinook varies from year to year, depending on run projections made by state fishery mangers. The upper river has a nice population of rainbow trout, as well as lots of whitefish and some bull trout. Fall Chinook salmon and coho salmon are in the river from August through December, peaking in October and November. Spring Chinook typically make their spawning run here between mid-April and early July. Steelhead are in the river from September and into May.
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