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Good Success for Steelhead

[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”194,72″] North Coast Fishing Report – Steelheaders have had an impressive start to the season. It’s what many theorized after a banner wild and hatchery coho return this fall. Late last week, before the high water, steelheaders on the Wilson River were reporting double digit opportunities. What is most impressive, is the high quality…

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Necanicum River top option for the north coast but..

[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”72″] North Coast Fishing Report – As expected, following the recent flooding event, steelheaders took advantage of the traditional peak season opportunities on north coast systems. Starting with the smaller streams, driftboaters that were willing to put up with a major obstruction on the Necanicum, or fished above it or below it, found pretty…

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Stay off the ocean

[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”72″] North Coast Fishing Report – It’s steelhead time on the north coast and with the bulk of the early run about to hit north coast rivers, the current rain freshet we’re on is the one to get excited about. We’ll go over most of those options in the forecast section so let’s stay…

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Chinook still remain an option in Tillamook area

North Coast Fishing Report – Although prospects are dropping off, chinook still remain an option in the Tillamook district. Boaters are still working Tillamook Bay with the Ghost Hole and Coast Guard station still producing occasional fish. Avid angler Craig Campbell has put in a couple of successful evenings last week, yielding 2 nice chinook,…

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Early winter steelhead should be available

A flurry of great action took place last Sunday when air and water temperatures warmed and staging estuary chinook made a run upriver on the Trask and Wilson Rivers. Action has slowed since and only an occasional pod of chinook will roll through the Tillamook district into mid-December. The Kilchis is an option too. Early…

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Fish move with the rivers on the rise

[it-exchange-member-content membership_ids=”194,72″] North Coast Fishing Report – With chinook still on tap, few boaters are in pursuit. Tillamook Bay remains a fair to good option for a late season chinook as trollers starting finding success in the west channel in recent days. With so few competing, action has been good with some boats tallying 3…

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