Chetco Has Dropped to the Lowest Flows of The Season

Chetco River - Brookings, OR (Curry County)

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by Kenny Priest
2-27-2020
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The Chetco has dropped to its lowest flows of the season, resulting in low, clear water and slow fishing according to Martin. “There are plenty of steelhead around, but the fish are spooky, especially with bright, sunny conditions. The best fishing has been on the lower end, early in the day.



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