Fall Chinook fishing continues to be steady on the Alsea

Alsea River - Alsea, OR


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
9-16-2021
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Fall Chinook fishing continues to be steady on the Alsea. The bite can be day-to-day but anglers are catching fish every day and the numbers will continue to increase as we get further into September. A significant rainstorm is forecasted Friday/Saturday/Sunday this week and should get things stirred up in the estuaries and lower portions of the river.

There is no wild Coho retention on the Alsea for the 2021 season.

Trout fishing in streams remains open through Oct. 31. Check the regulations for open areas and bait restrictions.




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OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, September 16th
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Galesville Reservoir: The reservoir is about 7 feet above the lowest height on record
Illinois River: The Illinois is open to trout fishing
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Lemolo Lake: Lemolo should be a great place to try this week
Lost Creek Lake: Trout fishing should still be good
Rogue River - Middle: There is less than one month left for Chinook fishing between Hog Creek boat ramp and Fishers Ferry
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Rogue River- Upper (Above Lost Creek): Still Plenty of Fish Hanging Around
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