Elk and Sixes fished well early last week

Elk River - Port Orford, OR (Curry County)


by Kenny Priest
11-19-2021
Website

According to Martin, the Elk and Sixes fished well early last week while the Chetco was blown out. “Decent numbers of hatchery fish moved into the Elk, where wild kings must be released. The Sixes has been a good bet as well. Both rivers can be tough to fish during lower flows, as expected this week. Salmon season is finished on the Rogue, while steelhead have yet to arrive. Except for a few half-pounders in the Agness area, the Rogue is slow. Expect winter steelhead to arrive by mid-December.”



Find "Fishing the North Coast" on Facebook and fishingthenorthcoast.com for up-to-date fishing reports and North Coast river information. Questions, comments and photos can be emailed to [email protected].



More Reports

Nor Cal Fish Reports Reports
for Friday, November 19th

Mad River: The Mad saw a slight bump in flows
Eel River: The river is in perfect shape
Van Duzen River: Will be low and clear until the next rain
Eel River - South Fork: Some coho have started to show
: The Smith has been running low and clear
Chetco River: Salmon season is already tapering off on the Chetco