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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.

Dockside Charters Fishing Report

by DOCKSIDE CHARTERS STAFF
Our Air Quality Index is well into the green Safe Zone. The change in wind direction and increased humidity has helped scour out the smoke locally and has continued help the fire fighters combating the Kimberling Mountain-Echo Mountain wildfires that
(More...) (Thursday, September 17, 2020)

The Rogue is Hot and Cold For Salmon

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
The Rogue is hot-and-cold for salmon according to Martin. “On a good day, several fish a boat are caught. Summer steelhead fishing has improved upriver. Many guides have switched to the Coos, where salmon fishing has been good, with lots
(More...) (Thursday, September 17, 2020)

Lake is Very Clear and Oligotrophic

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Fourmile Lake was stocked prior to Labor Day with monster hatchery trout. Water temperatures along the shoreline were very warm so stocked fish will move to deeper, colder water. Fishing will be slow for 18- to 20-inch trophy, stocked rainbow
(More...) (Wednesday, September 16, 2020)

Back To Fog Not Smog

by DOCKSIDE CHARTERS STAFF
Thankfully our Air Quality Index is at 53, well into the green Safe Zone. The change in wind direction and increased humidity has helped scour out the smoke locally and has helped the fire fighters combating the Kimberling Mountain-Echo Mountain
(More...) (Monday, September 14, 2020)

Rockfish Have Been Biting Like Fleas!

by TYLER TURNER / Tacklebuster Sportfishing
The Tacklebuster out of Dockside Charters in Depoe Bay, OR. Rockfish have been biting like fleas! The ling cod bite has been slower overall but we’ve been landing 3-10 a trip lately. Fish on friends! Call Dockside Charters at (541) 765-2545 and request the Tacklebuster.
(More...) (Monday, September 14, 2020)

Rogue Bay is Full of Salmon

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
According to Martin, the Rogue Bay once again is full of salmon. “There’s lots of fish splashing near the sand spit during the outgoing tide, but catch rates are slow,” said Martin. “A fish or two a boat is considered
(More...) (Thursday, September 10, 2020)

Three more days of Chinook retention set for Columbia River

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
CLACKAMAS, Ore.—Fishery managers today set three additional days of Chinook retention opportunity on the mainstem Columbia River from Buoy 10 to the Hwy 395 Bridge near Pasco, WA, as a result of a fall Chinook return that appears likely to
(More...) (Wednesday, September 9, 2020)

Metolius River Fire Update

by THE FLY FISHERS PLACE
The Metolius River area remains under an evacuation notice from Allingham River down stream due to the Lions Head Fire. Road closures remain strict and camp ground closures remain the same. Access would only be from Riverside/Tract C through Camp Sherman
(More...) (Tuesday, September 8, 2020)

Nor Cal - Nice Charter Today

by JAY YOKOMIZO / New Huck Finn Sportfishing
[NCFR] We had a nice little two boat charter with 13 anglers they caught limits of rockfish we will be out again tomorrow with a open load will try again.
(More from NCFR) (Thursday, September 17, 2020)

Washington - Attention Youth Pheasant Hunters

by WA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
[WAFR] Attention youth hunters! The Eastern and Western Washington youth pheasant hunting season is Sept. 19-20. For more information and to see other youth hunting dates, see the Migratory Waterfowl and Upland Game Seasons pamphlet at https://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/regulations/migratory-waterfowl-upland-game. There you will also
(More from WAFR) (Thursday, September 17, 2020)

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