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Applegate River Sponsored by
Date 05-Apr-18
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Conditions : APPLEGATE RIVER: The Applegate River is currently closed to all fishing. It will reopen to trout fishing on May 22.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - The Applegate River originates and flows through the Applegate Valley in the Rogue River National Forest. Anadromous fish species such as silver and chinook salmon and steelhead, spawn and are reared in the Applegate River before making their way to the ocean via the Rogue River. Ten miles up the Applegate River from the Ranger Station is the Applegate Dam and 988 acre reservoir, Applegate Lake.

January 1 through March 31: The Applegate offers excellent fishing for steelhead averaging five to eight pounds. Usually, the river is slower in January, perks up by February, and is excellent in March. The river is also open for trout during this period. The Applegate is then closed to fishing until the last Saturday in May. Then open for trout through December 31st.
Note: The river is closed the remainder of the year and is closed year-round to salmon fishing.
  • Silver Salmon
  • Chinook
  • Steelhead
  • Rainbow Trout

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