Eel Lake Fish Report for 9-9-2021
Anglers are still catching a few trout this past weekend
Eel Lake - Lakeside, OR (Coos County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Anglers are still catching a few trout this past weekend from a boat and from the fishing dock in Eel Lake. Boat anglers have been picking up trout by trolling with wedding ring spinners tipped with a worm. Anglers are catching trout from the fishing dock casting spinners, fishing PowerBait, or casting a nightcrawler on a hook with no weight.
Be aware that anglers are also catching juvenile coho salmon which are not legal to harvest and must be released immediately unharmed.
Anglers here catch crappies and bluegills near the edges of weedlines at the fishing dock and throughout the lake. Some days these fish will be suspended in 15-20 feet of water away from the weedlines.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, September 9th
Beulah Reservoir: Beulah Reservoir is Now Dry
Blitzen River: Carp Fishing Open One More Week
Campbell Reservoir: Water levels are extremely low
Chickahominy Reservoir: Chickahominy Reservoir is now dry
Gerber Reservoir: Targeting yellow perch continues to be your best bet
John C Boyle Reservoir: A few largemouth bass and crappie are being caught
Upper Klamath Lake: The lake is 4.7 feet below full pool and 32 percent full
Krumbo Reservoir: There may be cyanobacteria present so avoid swimming
Lake Of The Woods: This is a good time to chase largemouth bass in the lake
Warm Springs Reservoir: Warm Springs reservoir is now dry.
Williamson River: Fishing has been good
Wood River: Wood River Fishing Report
Applegate Reservoir: The only useable boat ramp at Applegate Reservoir is the French Gulch Boat Ramp
Applegate River: The river is open to trout fishing
Ben Irving Reservoir: Ben Irving hasn’t been stocked with trout in a while
Chetco River: A few anglers are starting to troll the estuary for salmon
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Cooler nights should get the bite to come on
Limited coastal wild coho seasons set to open Sept. 15
SALEM, Ore. – Wild coho seasons in four coastal river basins (Tillamook, Nestucca, Siletz, and Coos) will be open beginning...... Read More
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