A Few Summer Steelhead and Spring Chinook are Starting To Show up

Siletz River - Lincoln City, OR

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

Summer steelhead and spring Chinook are starting to show up in the Siletz and there are reports of fish being caught but it continues to be slow. The river is now back to a normal flow for this time of year and fish should be on the move headed for the cooler water in the upper portions of the river. Late June through July is typically the peak for the summer steelhead run on the Siletz. Trout fishing in streams opened on May 22. Check the regulations for open areas and bait restrictions.

More Reports

Pacific halibut sport fishing in Columbia River Subarea closes June 25, backup dates opened in the Central Coast Subarea
Columbia River

NEWPORT, Ore – Beginning June 25, the Pacific halibut all-depth and nearshore sport fishery is closed in the Columbia River...... Read More

ODFW hatcheries back open for visitors

SALEM, Ore.—Outdoor areas at ODFW's more than 30 fish hatcheries are back open for visitors. See a Visitor Guide to hatcheries...... Read More