Nehalem River Fish Report for 12-1-2022
Nehalem River Report
Nehalem River - Nehalm, OR
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Chinook and hatchery coho fishing on the Nehalem is all but done with most of the run having spawned or ready to.
The mainstem Nehalem doesn’t have any hatchery steelhead releases and the wild steelhead (catch-and-release only) tend to come in later -- usually mid-December through mid-April.
The wild coho fishery on the Nehalem closed after Oct. 15. There is no retention of wild coho allowed on the Nehalem for the remainder of 2022.
REMINDER: The Foss Road bridge (RM 15.1) is the upper deadline for salmon fishing.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, December 1st, 2022
Ana River: Ana River Report
Chewaucan River: Due to cold temperatures much of this river is under ice
Fourmile Lake: Snow is likely blocking access into Fourmile Lake
Gerber Reservoir: The reservoir is likely frozen
John C Boyle Reservoir: The reservoir is freezing and thawing depending on the weather
Upper Klamath Lake: The lake was mostly frozen but strong winds opened some areas
Klamath River - Upper - OR: Klamath River Report
Lake Of The Woods: The lake is still ice free at the resort
Lofton Reservoir: Lofton Reservoir Report
Miller Lake: Snow is likely blocking access
North Fork Sprague River: Access is difficult due to snow
South Fork Sprague River: Fishing not recommended
Sun Creek: Sun Pass State Forest Gate is now locked
Sycan River: Flows are low near the mouth at 7 cfs
Willow Valley Reservoir: The Reservoir is likely frozen
Alsea River: Winter steelhead are starting to show up in the Alsea
Necanicum River: This could be a good bet for the weekend
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