North Santiam River Fishing Report

North Santiam River - Stayton, OR (Linn County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of ODFW

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
6-6-2019
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This section of the river is open year-round for trout. It will be stocked this week with 3,000 trout. Most trout can be found from Marion Forks down to the mouth and are fairly well distributed. The river is flowing at around 800 cfs, which is about average for this time of year. Water may still be a bit milky-colored from snowmelt, but will clear up over the next few weeks. 

Anglers may keep up to five trout per day. This section of river is closed to salmon fishing.




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OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, June 6th

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Ana River: Fishing Should Be Good
Gerber Reservoir: Crappie Fishing Has Been Excellent
Heart Lake: All Methods Producing Fish
Holbrook Reservoir: Fishing Has Been Good
John C Boyle Reservoir: Crappie Fishing Has Been Excellent
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Wood River: Fishing Remains Fair
Ben Irving Reservoir: Trout Anglers Having Success
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Emigrant Reservoir: Water Clarity is Good
Lake Selmac: Fishing Has Been Good
Lost Creek Reservoir: Fishing Continues to Be Good
Canby Pond: Last Stocked April 29th
Clackamas River: Steelhead Fishing Conditions Are Improving
EE Wilson Angling Pond: No Bad Limit on Trout Through June 9
Freeway Lake East: One of The Best Places in the Valley For Crappie
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Henry Hagg Lake: Both Boat Ramps Are Open
Upper McKenzie: Upper McKenzie Fishing Report
McKenzie River: Spring Chinook Fishing is Heating Up
Middle Fork Willamette: Spring Chinook Fishing Has Been Good
Olallie Lake: Olallie Lake Fishing Report

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