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Alsea River Sponsored by
Date 31-Oct-14
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Conditions : Alsea River: The fall Chinook fishery is producing fair to good results with anglers having the best success in the river above tidewater either from a drift boat or bank fishing. Recent rains have moved a lot of fish up river towards the spawning grounds. Fishing above tidewater should be productive through the weekend.

The wild coho salmon fishery is producing fair to good results with the best action in the river above tidewater. The fishery should remain productive through the weekend.

The cutthroat trout season will be over at the end of this month. Cutthroat can be found throughout the mainstem and the Alsea has many opportunities for bank fishing along Hwy 34.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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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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