: SILETZ RIVER: The chinook fishery is slow as most fish have moved above the deadline and onto spawning grounds. A small number of later returning chinook should continue to pulse in through the month. The coho fishery has also slowed with the best chances being above tidewater this time of year.
Summer steelhead fishing is slow but the winter steelhead run is just starting to kick in. Typically, the winter run does not get going well until later December but a few fish have already been caught or collected at trapping sites. Good bank access is from Moonshine Park up to the deadline. A variety of tactics can be effective such as bobber and jig, casting spinners or drifting egg patterns.
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)