Coquille River Fishing Report

Coquille River - Coquille, OR (Coos County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
3-6-2018
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Streams and rivers are now closed to trout fishing until May 22, 2018. The steelhead rivers in the Coquille Basin are running high and muddy with the recent rain. There are still a lot of hatchery steelhead on the move early this week on the North Fork and South Fork Coquille rivers. The North Fork Coquille will be the first steelhead river in the basin to become fishable. Steelhead are being caught on yarn balls, eggs, and even spinners. In the Coquille Basin 1 additional hatchery steelhead may be retained per day for a total aggregate of 3 adult fish harvested daily.

Beginning Jan. 1, anglers will have the opportunity to harvest 1 wild steelhead per day, 3 for the season from the East Fork Coquille River. The open area for steelhead fishing in the East Fork remains the same as in past years. These regulations are listed in the 2018 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations booklet.




More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Alsea River: Alsea River Fishing Report
Kilchis River: Kilchis River Fishing Report
Necanicum River: Necanicum River Fishing Report
Nehalem River: Nehalem River Fishing Report
North Fork Nehalem River: North Fork Nehalem Fishing Report
Nestucca River: Nestucca River Fishing Report
Salmon River: Salmon River Fishing Report
Siletz River: Siletz River Fishing Report
Siuslaw River: Siuslaw River Fishing Report
Trask River: Trask River Fishing Report
Wilson River: Wilson River Fishing Report
Yaquina River: Yaquina River Fishing Report
Applegate Reservoir: Applegate Reservoir Fishing Report
Applegate River: Applegate River Fishing Report
Arizona Pond: Arizona Pond Fishing Report
Ben Irving Reservoir: Ben Irving Reservoir Fishing Report
Bradley Lake: Bradley Lake Fishing Report
Chetco River: Chetco River Fishing Report
Coos River: Coos River Basin Fishing Report

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