Trask River Fish Report for 7-21-2021
Anglers will find cutthroat trout throughout the Trask
Trask River - Tillamook , OR (Tillamook County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The Trask River from 200 ft above and 900 ft below Gold Creek at Trask Hatchery (this includes the “hatchery hole”) is closed to fishing July 16 to Oct. 15.
Anglers are reminded that gear restrictions are in place May 1 to July 31 from the marker at Loren’s Drift (River Mile 9) to the Cedar Creek boat slide (River Mile 10.9); see the Salmon/Steelhead Bobber Fishing Rule on page 18 of the Sport Fishing Regulations.
Anglers will find cutthroat trout throughout the Trask, and in both the North and South Forks. Check the regulations for open areas and bait restrictions.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, July 21st
Upper Klamath Lake: Water temperatures are extreme on the water surface but much colder in deeper water
Miller Lake: Fishing should be excellent as the lake has been heavily stocked
Wood River: Best section is from Fort Klamath to Weed Road
Butterfield Lake: Boat and bank anglers are still catching an occasional trout
Chetco River: Upper Chetco watershed or tributaries has some great cutthroat trout fishing
Coquille River: Striped bass fishing is starting to pick up again in the lower Coquille River
Eel Lake: Boat anglers have been picking up a few trout
Emigrant Reservoir: Emigrant will likely be very close to reaching deadpool by mid-summer
Fish Lake : Irrigation withdrawals are continuing to make Fish Lake drop quickly.
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Emergency Regulations Chang
Rogue River- Lower: Numerous summer steelhead are being caught
Rogue River - Middle: Emergency Drought Regulations:
Rogue River- Upper: Upper Rogue River Report
Sixes River: This is a good time of year to fish the estuary for cutthroat
Kilchis River: Decent numbers of cutthroat trout have been seen and reported
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, July 16th
: ODFW Recreation Report
: Wallowa and Baker County gamefish limits lifted due to drought conditions
: Central Oregon Coast Subarea all-depth Pacific halibut sportfishing openings increase
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