SILETZ RIVER: Fall Chinook fishing is slow to fair with anglers having the best results in the lower to mid sections of tidewater trolling spinners or herring. Bobber fishing has also been producing in the upper tidewater area.
The wild coho fishery is producing well with anglers catching fish around the mouth up to the mid tide water area. Trolling herring or small spinners during the incoming tide seems to work the best.
Steelhead fishing picked up a little following last weeks rain event and cooler river temperatures. The best chance to hook into a summer steelhead is fishing above Moonshine Park up to the deadline. Fire season is still in effect and anglers are advised to call 541-336-3819 for the most current land closure information when fishing above Moonshine Park.
The cutthroat trout fishery is fair with sea run cutthroat being found throughout the mainstem. Using small presentations such as spinners, jigs under a bobber, or fly fishing can produce good results.