After recent rains the river is up to 175 cfs

Quartzville Creek - Sweet Home, OR (Linn County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
10-27-2022
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This river above Green Peter Reservoir gets stocked from late spring through the summer. The creek was last stocked in late July with about 2,200 trout.

After recent rains the river is up to 175 cfs as of Oct 25, but with more rain on the way this will likely change. Conditions best for fishing are below 300 cfs. Trout fishing is open year-round, but fishing tactics may have to change. Drifting nymph patterns on a fly rod, or slowly retrieving lures sometimes work best in the colder months when fish try to conserve energy.

Light tackle including flies works best, but bait is allowed.

Trout are active year-round, and anglers are allowed to keep up to five fish daily.




More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, October 27th, 2022
: ODFW Recreation Report
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
Alsea River: Fall Chinook fishing continues to be slow on the Alsea
Necanicum River: Fall Chinook are available in the Necanicum basin
Nehalem River: Fall Chinook fishing had slowed on the bay
North Fork Nehalem River: North Fork Nehalem River Report
Nestucca River: No retention of wild coho allowed for the remainder of 2022
Salmon River: Fall Chinook fishing has picked up on the Salmon River
Siletz River: Fall Chinook fishing continues to be slow on the Siletz
Siltcoos Lake: Coho fishing should start to pick up
Trask River: The Trask is closed to the retention of wild Chinook this year
Yaquina River: Fall Chinook fishing continues to be slow on the Yaquina
Dexter Reservoir: Dexter Reservoir Report

Klamath River Fishing Report
Klamath River - Upper - OR

10-21-2022
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