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Oregon Fish Reports has been serving Oregon since January 2016. We have river reports, charter boat reports, guide reports and much more. Please browse our resource to find fishing information from the Columbia River down to the Brookings, OR and everything in between. Please contact us if you would like to have your business added to our resource.

Best Action is At The Lower End

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
The Chetco opened to salmon fishing last Tuesday but quickly blew out reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. He said, “After cresting at 12,000 cfs, flows dropped below 5,000 cfs on Friday and were down to 2,200 cfs on
(More...) (Wednesday, November 25, 2020)

Another Super Bet With Lots of Room to Spread Out

And finally, the Lower Deschutes is another super bet with lots of room to spread out and enjoy the river. Steelhead fishing on the swing with sink tips and intruder style flies is good. Or nymphing for Steelhead with the Cheeseburger
(More...) (Wednesday, November 25, 2020)

Columbia River Report

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Free Fishing Days – Nov. 27-28 #optoutside for Black Friday The Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving are Free Fishing Days in Oregon. That means you can fish, crab or clam for free – no license, tag or endorsement required. Some restrictions apply,
(More...) (Monday, November 23, 2020)

Fall River Report

The Fall has lots of fish right now and from what I have gathered in the shop they are spread out and starting to get picky! The BWO’s should be a consistent hatch through this coming week and midges are
(More...) (Friday, November 20, 2020)

Flows Are High But Mostly Fishable

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
According to Martin, the Elk and Sixes have been high but mostly fishable. “Lots of salmon have returned to Elk River Hatchery. After Wednesday’s rain, both rivers should be in prime shape just before the weekend,” added Martin.
(More...) (Thursday, November 19, 2020)

The Ringold Hatchery Received Coho From The Lower Columbia River Hatcheries

by WA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
The Ringold Hatchery near Eltopia yesterday received coho salmon from the Lower Columbia River hatcheries as part of the increased salmon production for southern resident killer whales in Puget Sound and to increase fishing opportunities from Washington all the way
(More...) (Wednesday, November 18, 2020)

Crooked River Update 11/5/20

The Crooked has been dropped down into winter flows for the past couple of weeks. The fish can key into BWO’s in the right weather conditions. So having some dry flies like your traditional Parachute Adams in size #18-20 and
(More...) (Friday, November 6, 2020)

Dockside Charters Fishing Report

Today (Saturday) the Dockside fleet erred on the side of caution. The swell was significantly more than forecast so we cancelled todays fishing trips. We are making an effort to salvage the weekend by having fishing available tomorrow. (We were
(More...) (Saturday, October 31, 2020)

Nor Cal - Shasta Lake trout are on the menu!

by JEFF GOODWIN / Jeff Goodwin Guide Service
[NCFR] Wow, we're seeing some high quality trout this week and all signs point to some continued good fishing on Shasta Lake.  The most notable fact is the condition of these trout.  Every trout we've been catching since breaking away from
(More from NCFR) (Tuesday, December 1, 2020)

Washington - WDFW aquatic invasive species check stations find and decontaminate a record number of mussel-infested boats in 2020

by WA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
[WAFR] SPOKANE – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Aquatic invasive species (AIS) unit in 2020 detected more boats than ever fouled with non-native organisms. WDFW is the lead agency for statewide management of invasive species. The aquatic invasive species program
(More from WAFR) (Monday, November 30, 2020)

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