Sixes/ Elk River Conditions

Sixes River - Port Orford, OR

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by Kenny Priest
2-13-2020
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The Elk and Sixes have slowed, but the Sixes remains floatable for steelhead according to Martin. “Catch rates have dropped with lower flows on the Rogue, but guides anchoring and running MagLip plugs are still getting steelhead on the lower river,” added Martin.



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