Elk River Fish Report for 12-9-2020
Low Water Has Kept Most Anglers at Home
Elk River - Port Orford, OR (Curry County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Low water has kept most anglers at home. Good numbers of chinook are still in the system, with a scattering of early winter steelhead. Rains this weekend should help with fishing conditions.
Anglers will want to check temporary regulations in effect for Chinook this year for the Elk. The big change this year is anglers are only allowed to keep hatchery adult Chinook along with their jack limit. ODFW is expecting an above average return of hatchery Chinook.
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