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Yaquina River Sponsored by
Date 01-Oct-15
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Conditions : YAQUINA RIVER: Anglers are catching fall Chinook from the lower bay up to the Canyon Quarry boat launch area. Trolling herring or spinners during the incoming tide through the high slack is a good option.

The wild coho fishery opens until Sept. 15 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 the airport boat ramp typically produces the best results early in the season.

Cutthroat trout fishing is slow to fair from upper tide water to the lower reaches on the mainstem. The mainstem Yaquina and Big Elk Creek are good places to try casting small spinners or spoons as well as bait fishing near the head of tide.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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