Chinook fishing has been moderate this summer

Umpqua River - Roseburg, OR (Douglas County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

Chinook fishing has been moderate this summer, but there is still time left. The mainstem is under permanent regulations for Chinook in 2022, which means anglers may retain up to two salmon per day which both could be wild. Coho fishing should be picking up and angler may retain 1 wild per day as part of the two salmon limit and 2 per year in the Umpqua. The wild coho fishery extends through Oct.15, 2022

All fishing is prohibited within 200 feet of any portion of a tributary mouth. This is in effect from June 1 through Sept. 30, 2022 from the Scottsburg Bridge upstream to River Forks Park boat ramp. This is in place to protect summer steelhead that have been returning in low numbers.

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