Recent rains greatly improved fishing conditions

Elk River - Port Orford, OR (Curry County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

Recent rains greatly improved fishing conditions, but the river has dropped and cleared.  Anglers are picking up Chinook from the hatchery down to mouth. Anglers may want to stop in at the hatchery to see the adult Chinook have made into the hatchery.

Anglers fishing for Chinook this year are reminded that only hatchery salmon can be kept.  Anglers are allowed an additional hatchery Chinook as part of their daily limit this year.

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