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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.

Yellow Perch Catches Are Measuring up to 14 Inches!

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Access is available to 4wheel drive vehicles and anglers have continued to do well catching yellow perch with bait this past month. Some of these fish have been measuring 14 inches! There have also been a few crappie in the
(More...) (Thursday, February 25, 2021)

Despite Perfect Conditions The Chetco Has Been Fishing Slow

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
“Despite perfect green water, the Chetco is fishing slow after the latest series of storms, with steelhead few and far between,” said Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. “Half a dozen boats managed just a handful of steelhead on Monday,
(More...) (Thursday, February 25, 2021)

States set initial 2021 Columbia River spring Chinook recreational seasons

by OR DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
  CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington adopted recreational spring Chinook salmon and steelhead seasons for the Columbia River today during a joint state hearing. These regulations modify the current rules which are in effect through Feb. 28 downstream
(More...) (Tuesday, February 23, 2021)

Book Your Halibut Season Dates!

by ROMAN SMOLčIć / Kadaho Sportfishing
Call Tradewinds Charters in Depoe Bay, Oregon and get on the Kadaho! A good reminder guys this Halibut fishery fills up fast on bookings. 541-765-2345   ODFW has released the PROPOSED dates for All Depth Halibut Fishery. These dates almost always get approved,
(More...) (Saturday, February 20, 2021)

Good Bet For The Next of Days

by FLY AND FIELD OUTFITTERS
Fishing on the Crooked is going to be a good bet the next couple of days as the weather warms back up and the fish become more active again. I would expect to see some baetis out there around midday
(More...) (Thursday, February 18, 2021)

High Water Has Stalled Steelhead Fishing

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
High water has stalled steelhead fishing on the Chetco, keeping drift boats off the river and slowing catch rates for plunkers, reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. He said, “The river has been blown out for several days and although it could
(More...) (Wednesday, February 17, 2021)

We Have Some Great Salmon Season News!

by TRADEWINDS CHARTERS STAFF
Salmon managers are predicting that the Salmon run for Oregon and Washington will be near triple than past years. Most are predicted in the Columbia run with 1,590,000. Those fish make it by Central Oregon Coast ports as well so
(More...) (Saturday, February 13, 2021)

Fish Were Biting!

by TYLER TURNER / Tacklebuster Sportfishing
The Tacklebuster out of Dockside Charters in Depoe Bay, OR. Cold, wet, breezy day but the fish were on the bite with Limits of Rockfish and 31 Ling Cod! Call Dockside Charters at (541) 765-2545 and request the Tacklebuster.
(More...) (Friday, February 12, 2021)

Nor Cal - First trip of 2021

by AARON ANFINSON / Bass Tub Sportfishing
[NCFR] Beautiful weather today 
(More from NCFR) (Sunday, February 28, 2021)

Washington - WDFW re-opens crabbing in Grays Harbor and Point Chehalis northward after sampling indicates drop in marine toxins

by WA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE STAFF / Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
[WAFR] OLYMPIA – Effective immediately, recreational Dungeness crab fisheries on the Washington coast from areas north of Point Chehalis will reopen to crab fishing, including the popular waters of Grays Harbor. Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fishery managers are
(More from WAFR) (Thursday, February 25, 2021)

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