: SILETZ RIVER: Winter steelhead season is underway with a small number steelhead being caught from the lower river up to Moonshine Park by both bank and boat anglers. This time of year is typically slow to fair for winter steelhead. Fall Chinook fishing is slow as most remaining fish have moved onto the spawning grounds. Coho salmon are still being caught but anglers are reminded that the wild coho fishery ended on Nov. 30.
Reported by: Oregon D.F.W
Lures & Spinners
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
on Siletz River)