Siletz River Fish Report for 2-11-2021
Steelhead Fishing Continues to Be Slow Despite The Ideal Conditions
Siletz River - Lincoln City, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Winter steelheading continues to be slow on the Siletz despite the ideal conditions and dropping river levels over the weekend. There are still fish being caught everyday but it has been tough. The river remains in good shape for the weekend with good color. Mid-February to mid-March is typically the peak for Siletz steelheading.
The 4.0 mile bridge (aka Steel Bridge) in the Siletz gorge is open to motorized vehicles on the weekends only. Anglers can walk/bike in the road during the weekdays. There is a parking area located at the 1-mile gate where anglers can walk/bike upstream from there.
In this video, local biologists John Spangler and Paul Olmstead in Newport take you boat fishing on the Siletz River.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, February 11th
Grande Ronde River: Maintaining Good Flows For Fishing
Imnaha River: Will See A Push of Steelhead Out of The Snake Soon
Umatilla River: Water Clarity & Levels Have Started To Drop
Wallowa River: Catch Rates For Steelhead Are Starting to Pick Up
McKenzie River: ODFW Will Resume Stocking in April
Santiam River North Fork-2: Anglers Should Be Aware of A New Regulation Implemented This Year
Alsea River: Winter Steelhead Fishing Continues to Be Slow
Kilchis River: Slow Last Weekend Despite Good Conditions
Necanicum River: The Hatchery Run On The River is Winding Down
Nehalem River: Nehalem River Report
Nestucca River: River Was High & Fishing Was Slow
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, February 10th
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: ODFW Recreation Report
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