Chewaucan River Fish Report for 6-23-2021
The Water Is Already Starting To Approach Summer Flows
Chewaucan River - Valley Falls, OR (Lake County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The water is already starting to approach summer flows due to the drought this year. As always casting small lures or flogging the water with flies can yield great results. There have been some large trees that have fallen into the river from the fire last year -- these might be holding some big redband trout right now.
Fishing will be best during early morning and late evening when temps are lower. Please use good catch-and-release techniques so we can enjoy these fish into the future.
Check the Oregon Water Resources Near Real Time Streamflow website for current flow information.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021
Siletz River: A Few Summer Steelhead and Spring Chinook are Starting To Show up
Detroit Reservoir: Will Be Stocked Again This Week With 4,200 Hatchery Trout
Junction City Pond: Construction Work at Junction City Pond Will Take Place Sometime in The Next Two Weeks
Quartzville Creek: This River Above Green Peter Reservoir Will Be Stocked Again This Week
Santiam River ( North Fork) : Hatchery Trout Harvest is Now Open Unitl Oct. 31
Santiam River ( North Fork) Above Detroit Lake: The River is Slowly Dropping and Will Contiune to Drop as Summer Progresses
Santiam River (South Fork): A Few Summer Steelhead Have Already Shown Up
Grande Ronde River: The Flows on the Grande Ronde Have Been Holding Out for Boating and Fishing Should be Picking Up
Imnaha River: The Flows are Currently Moderate and Conducive to Fishing
Wallowa Lake : Wallowa Lake Has Been Fishing Well For Kokanne
Wallowa River: Lower Expected Flows This Year Means the River SHould Fish Well Throughout the Next Few Weeks
Ana Reservoir: The Reservoir Was Stocked With 4,000 Rainbow Trout
Ana River: A Fisherman Reported Catching a 25-Inch Rainbow Trout in the River Recently!
Campbell Reservoir: Water Levels Are Low
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