The Elk and Sixes are low and clear

Elk River - Port Orford, OR (Curry County)


by Kenny Priest
11-24-2021
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The Elk and Sixes are low, clear and slow according to Martin. “Don’t expect much action until a major rain,” he said. “Salmon fishing usually continues well through mid-December, but anglers need a boost in flows for a decent chance from the drift boats.”



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More Reports

Nor Cal Fish Reports Reports
for Wednesday, November 24th

Mad River: The Mad is green and fishable
Eel River: Some coho making their way through the lower river
Van Duzen River: Will be low and clear until the next rain
Eel River - South Fork: Low and clear conditions
Smith River: The river is low and clear
Chetco River: In-between time for salmon and steelhead