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Yaquina River Sponsored by
Date 23-Oct-14
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Conditions : YAQUINA RIVER: Fall Chinook fishing fair with anglers catching fish from around Sawyers Landing all the way to the head of tide near Elk City. Fish are in a variety of spawning stages but a good push of new bright fish is expected. Trolling herring, large spinners or bobber fishing on the incoming tide have been working, especially around the slack tide.

The wild coho salmon fishery is fair with anglers having the best success in the lower river from Sawyers landing up to the airport boat ramp. Trolling herring or spinners faster than for Chinook and higher in the water column have been productive.

Cutthroat trout fishing is fair with sea run cutthroat found in upper tidewater and in the lower portions of the Yaquina and Big Elk above the head of tide. Using small lures or fly fishing can be very productive as well as trolling near the head of tide.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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