North Fork Continues to Be Very Low and Clear

Coquille River - Coquille, OR (Coos County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

The South Fork Coquille River has been running very low for this time of the year. A couple fish have been caught from the Beaver Creek boat ramp downstream to the 7 mile marker but most fish and anglers are in the stretch from the 7 mile marker to Myrtle Point.   

The North Fork Coquille continues to be very low and clear. Anglers have been struggling to catch fish in LaVerne Park for the past couple of weeks.

Trout fishing in streams and rivers is now closed until May 22, 2020.  

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