Siuslaw River Fish Report for 3-8-2023
The colder temps have made the Siuslaw challenging but conditions have remained fair
Siuslaw River - Florence, OR (Lane County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Winter steelhead are moving throughout the Siuslaw River. Fishing has been slow early in the season but is starting to pick up again. The colder temps have made the Siuslaw challenging but conditions have remained fair.
The Whittaker Cr. drift will be the most productive into early March. There should be good opportunity in the lower river as conditions allow.
Trout fishing in streams will reopen on May 22.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, March 8th
Alsea River: The later returning wild broodstock hatchery fish are being caught in the NF Alsea
Kilchis River: If the rains come in as predicted it should be in pretty good shape early to middle of next week
Miami River: Miami remains low and clear but should get a nice bump early next week
Necanicum River: Will be in pretty good shape early to middle of next week
Nehalem River: Nehalem River Fishing Report
Nehalem River- North Fork: Upcoming rains should have it fishable through the weekend
Nestucca River: Fishing has been moderate but consistent on the Nestucca
Salmon River: The river is low and clear and fishing pressure has been consistent
Siletz River: We are seeing newer fish push into the system
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