Nestucca River Fish Report for 5-5-2021
Spring Chinook Fishing is Slow
Nestucca River - Pacific, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Spring Chinook fishing is slow on the Nestucca, but there are a few fish being caught. The estuary and the lower river below Three Rivers is going to have the majority of the fish right now. Summer steelhead should start showing up this month, but numbers are low this early.
The upper Nestucca from Moon Creek to Elk Creek closed to steelhead fishing April 1 as did Beaver Creek in the Nestucca basin.
Three Rivers is still very low and clear. Fishing is slow, Spring Chinook and summer steelhead haven’t really started moving into the small water yet and will probably require some rain before they do.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, May 5th
Ana Reservoir: Will Be Stocked This Week
Ana River: The River is Spring Fed and Can Be Fished Year-Round
Campbell Reservoir: Snow Drifts Impacting Access
Chewaucan River: Access is Available to the Chewaucan Upstream of Paisley
Cottonwood Reservoir: Large Drifts of Snow Impacting Access
Duncan Reservoir: Low Reservoir and Will Not Get Stocked This Year
Upper Klamath Lake: Open All Year
Lake Of The Woods: Excellent Fishing
Sky Lakes Wilderness Lakes: All Lakes are Mostly Inaccessible Due to Snow
North Fork Sprague River: Open Year Round But Access Might be Difficult Due to Snow in Upper River
Sun Creek: Fishing is Not Recommended at This Time
Sycan River: Open All Year
Thompson Valley Reservoir: Reservoir was Stocked the Week of April 9
Willow Valley Reservoir: Largemouth Bass Fishing Can be Good in May
Ben Irving Reservoir: Reservoir was Stocked at the Beginning of March
Diamond Lake: Time To Go Fishing!
Galesville Reservoir: Lots of Trout Available!
Hemlock Lake: Fishing Should Be good
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Recently Received 5,000 Rainbow Trout
Hyatt Lake: Recently Stocked With 5,000 Legal Rainbow Trout
Medco Pond: Received 2,000 Leagal Rainbow Trout Two Weeks Ago
Rogue River- Lower: Fishing Pressure has Increased
Rogue River - Middle: Trout Fishing on the Rogue is Closed and Reopens on May 22
Rogue River- Upper: The Hatchery Hole is Closed to All Fishing Through July 31
Umpqua River: Access May be Limited Due to Last Summer's Wildfires
Alsea River: Trout Fishing in Streams Will Open on May 22
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, April 29th
Willamette River: Two rods allowed in upper Willamette starting May 1
: ODFW Recreation Report
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