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Alsea River Sponsored by
Date 18-Jul-14
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Conditions : Alsea River: Cutthroat trout fishing is fair to good in the mainstem. Sea run cutthroat trout typically start to show this time of year and can be most abundant in the lower river. The Alsea has many opportunities for bank fishing along Hwy 34 as well as some good river side camping options. Use of bait is not allowed above the head of tide until Sept. 1. However, using small lures such as spinners, spoons, jigs or crank baits can be very effective. Fly fishing dry flies, nymphs, or streamers can also produce well. Crayfish are also abundant in the Alsea and can provide added adventure and a tasty treat during the summer months.

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About: - The Alsea River is approximately 55 miles long and and enters the Pacific Ocean at Waldport. Most people fish for fall chinook salmon and winter steelhead. Additionally, searun cutthroat can be caught in August and September. Numerous boat ramps allow good access to the river. (more on the Alsea River)
  • Fall chinook salmon
  • winter steelhead
  • cutthroat trout

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