Anglers Are Picking Up Some Salmon

Smith River - Reedsport, OR (Douglas County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
9-16-2020
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A few anglers are picking up some salmon. Traditionally this a troll fishery, but there are some spots to throw spinners from the bank and some anglers use a bobber and egg setup. Trout season ended in the Smith River Basin after Sept. 15. Smallmouth fishing is also now limited to below Spencer Creek on the main and Johnson Creek on the North Fork Smith.

The Smith sees only light pressure for most of the season and can provide a great experience for anglers looking to get away from the crowds.




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