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Siletz River Sponsored by
Date 08-Oct-15
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Conditions : SILETZ RIVER: The fall Chinook fishery has been producing fair to good results in the lower bay up to the Chinook Bend area. Chinook can be found through the head of tide but still in small numbers. Trolling or bobber fishing through the high slack seems to be the most productive.

The wild coho fishery continues through Nov. 30 with a daily bag limit of 1 adult coho and seasonal limit of 2 adult coho (in aggregate with other areas with the same bag limit). The lower bay up to Coyote Rock typically produces the best results early in the season.

Summer steelhead fishing is fair to good in the upper river above Moonshine Park.

Cutthroat trout can be found in most sections with sea runs found in the mid to lower river this time of year.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - The Siletz River is approximately 70 miles long and drains a good of the Oregon Coast Range between Newport and Lincoln City. Very little of this river is in public ownership, however, and abundance of boat ramps makes this river very fishable for boaters.(more on Siletz River)
  • Fall chinook salmon
  • winter and summer steelhead
  • cutthroat trout

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