Chetco estuary fished well last week

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR


by Kenny Priest
9-23-2021
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According to Martin, the Chetco estuary fished well last week, but was slow over the weekend, as the slight rise in flows was enough to draw the kings holding near the jetties upriver. “Muddy water and rough bar conditions also made trolling rough,” said Martin. “Kings continue to be caught on the Rogue Bay, but the season is quickly winding down. Wild coho can be kept on the Coos, where fishing is decent for them, but slow for kings.”



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