Cooper Creek Reservoir Fish Report for 9-21-2022
Anglers still seem to be doing well on bass
Cooper Creek Reservoir - Sutherlin, OR (Douglas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Anglers still seem to be doing well on bass. The trout fishing should pick up with recent rain. Since Rock Creek Hatchery is still on limited operation, no trophy trout were stocked this year, but the reservoir was stocked with an abundance trout earlier in the year along with the salmon/steelhead smolts. The salmon/steelhead should be close to legal size.
Beginning in 2016, Cooper has been stocked with coho and Chinook salmon juveniles. These are often mistaken for kokanee. Anglers may retain up to 5 salmon juveniles in the reservoir as part of their daily trout bag limit. Please remember to release salmon and trout less than 8 inches.
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