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Eagle Creek Sponsored by
Date 29-Nov-17
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Conditions : EAGLE CREEK: The Eagle Creek coho fishery is about over for fall 2017, with a few straggler fish possibly holding in the deeper pools up near the hatchery. The few fish remaining in the creek will likely be dark with suspect meat quality anyways. It was a good year for coho returns to the creek with Eagle Creek National Fish Hatchery seeing about 5,000 fish returning. Winter steelhead are next up on the agenda but it’s very early to see any of these fish in numbers worth pursuing so give at until early December before testing the water. However, it’s not too early for breaking out the steelhead gear, dusting it off, and assessing what you need.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - The most popular spots to try include the Bonnie Lure area, the water above and below the lower fish ladder, Eagle Fern Park, and up near the hatchery. Much of the creek meanders through private property so pay attention to your location and secure permission before fishing on private land.
  • Chinook
  • Steelhead

Misc Info: - Long stretches of Eagle Creek run through private property and anglers must stay below ordinary high water as they travel up or downstream from public access points.

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