Coquille River Fish Report for 1-6-2022
The rivers are currently high and muddy
Coquille River - Coquille, OR (Coos County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Before the recent rain, anglers were catching hatchery steelhead on the North Fork Coquille River at LaVerne Park and on the South Fork Coquille River. The rivers are currently high and muddy and maybe that way into the weekend. Drifting eggs, beads or floating a jig under a bobber are good ways to catch steelhead.
Trout fishing in streams and rivers is closed until May 22.
Winter steelhead fishing in the Coos, Coquille and Tenmile District – check out this video.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, January 6th, 2022
Gerber Reservoir: The reservoir is frozen. Ice thickness is unknown
John C Boyle Reservoir: The reservoir might be partially frozen
Upper Klamath Lake: The lake is frozen except near the outlet
Klamath River - Upper - OR: Klamath River Report
Lake Of The Woods: Ice thickness is unknown but currently not safe for ice fishing
Willow Valley Reservoir: The reservoir is low and likely frozen
Applegate Reservoir: The only useable boat ramp at Applegate Reservoir is the French Gulch Boat Ramp
Applegate River: As of Wednesday morning, the Wilderville stream gage was reading 1,280 cfs and dropping
Arizona Pond: This pond received a sizeable batch of fresh rainbow trout over the holidays
Ben Irving Reservoir: Reservoir is likely murky and may inhibit certain methods.
Chetco River: Steelhead fishing has been really good
Coos River: Steelhead anglers have been catching hatchery steelhead
Hatchery winter steelhead fishing in the Umpqua Basin might net anglers a rewardUmpqua River
ROSEBURG, Ore – ODFW asks anglers who harvest a hatchery winter steelhead to put the snout in specially marked collection...... Read More
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