Alsea River Fish Report for 10-27-2022
Fall Chinook fishing continues to be slow on the Alsea
Alsea River - Alsea, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Fall Chinook fishing continues to be slow on the Alsea but the river is still producing some nice fish every day. Fish will continue to hold in the estuaries until we get significant rain which is forecasted throughout this week and into next weekend.
Wild coho retention closed on Sept. 30 on the Alsea.
Trout fishing in streams closes on Oct. 31. Cutthroat trout are abundant and can be found throughout the Alsea basin. Check the regulations for open areas and gear restrictions.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, October 27th, 2022
Ana Reservoir: Ana Reservoir Report
Applegate Reservoir: The low water ramp at French Gulch is available and being used now
Chetco River: Salmon fishing has been good for boat anglers in the estuary
Coos River: Anglers can catch rockfish around the jetties in the lower Coos Bay
Coquille River: Most smallmouth bass are in deep pools for the winter
Elk River: Anglers are picking up a few Chinook in the lower river
Garrison Lake: Cooler weather has improved fishing conditions
Lake Selmac: Trout fishing should pick up with cooler temperatures
Rogue River- Lower: Fishing has been slow in the lower river
Rogue River - Middle: Flow remains around 1190 cfs
Rogue River- Upper: Reservoir releases have dropped to their typical October levels
Sixes River: Sixes River Report
Winchuck River: Gear restrictions are in place until Nov. 3
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