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Coquille River Sponsored by
Date 09-Feb-18
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Conditions : COQUILLE RIVER BASIN: There were a lot of anglers fishing the North Fork Coquille at LaVerne Park last week. Steelhad are being caught on yarn balls, eggs, and even spinners. The water levels on the North Fork are now low and clear. There were lots of steelhead anglers on the South Fork Coquille last week and over the weekend. The river levels have dropped and fishing will be best in deep pools and on the lower end of the river. In the Coquille Basin 1 additional hatchery steelhead may be retained per day for a total aggregate of 3 adult fish harvested daily.

Beginning Jan. 1, anglers will have the opportunity to harvest 1 wild steelhead per day, 3 for the season from the East Fork Coquille River. The open area for steelhead fishing in the East Fork remains the same as in past years.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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