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Nehalem River Sponsored by
Date 23-Feb-17
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Conditions : NEHALEM RIVER: The Nehalem was down to 9.86 ft. as of Monday, but was still off color. This is a large system that carries heavy sediment loads and it’s hard to say when it will come back in shape. When it does there should be steelhead throughout the system. These are mostly wild fish, so we recommend using appropriate gear for easy release and handling fish gently.

The Salmonberry River was high and off color through the weekend, like many of the North coast streams, but it should be dropping into shape and will fish well by the weekend. There should be steelhead throughout the system. These are mostly wild fish, so we recommend using appropriate gear for easy release and handling fish gently.

The North Fork Nehalem has come back into shape already and is green. The hatchery run on the North Fork Nehalem is winding down but there are still some fish available.

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