Trask River Fish Report for 10-19-2022
The Trask is closed to the retention of wild Chinook this year
Trask River - Tillamook , OR (Tillamook County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The Trask is closed to the retention of wild Chinook this year, but there will be a few hatchery Chinook available for harvest. The Trask also gets a hatchery coho run. The rain predicted for late this week and early next week should be enough to push both of these runs into the river.
- The Trask River will be open for retention of hatchery Chinook and hatchery coho but will be closed to wild Chinook retention for the remainder of the year due to low returns forecasted for the fall run. See the regulation updates for more information.
- The Trask from 200 feet above Gold Creek at Trask Hatchery and 900 feet below (which includes the hatchery hole) is closed to angling July 16 to Oct. 15. Closed from marker at Dam Hole (MP 7 on Trask River Rd) up to Blue Ridge Cr Sept. 1 to Nov. 30.
Trask river levels and predictions are available here.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, October 19th, 2022
Balm Creek Reservoir: Balm creek reservoir is dry
Gerber Reservoir: Launching a boat on a trailer is likely impossible
Upper Klamath Lake: Upper Klamath Lake Fishing Report
Lake Of The Woods: Fishing for yellow perch remains a good bet
Miller Lake: Hatchery rainbow trout are still available
Sprague River: Flows are low at 167 cfs
North Fork Sprague River: Water temperatures have decreased
Sun Creek: Fishing not recommended at this time
Sycan River: Fishing not recommended due to extensive drought and fire
Unity Reservoir: Unity Reservoir has been fishing steady
Williamson River: Williamson River Fishing Report
Wood River: Fishing for brown trout and redband trout should be good this week
Alsea River: Alsea is still producing some nice fish every day
Kilchis River: The Kilchis will be open for retention of hatchery salmon but will be closed to wild
Miami River: Miami River Report
Necanicum River: Fall Chinook are available in the Necanicum basin
Nehalem River: Fall Chinook fishing has improved on Nehalem Bay
Nestucca River: Fall Chinook fishing has been fair to good in Nestucca Bay
Salmon River: Fall Chinook fishing has picked up on the Salmon River
Siltcoos Lake: Warmwater fishing for bass and panfish is still good
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