North Coast Fishing Report

Springers, Halibut, and Lingcod, Oh My! North Coast Fishing Report – We reported LAST WEEK about the various boat ramps re-opening to spring Chinook anglers in Tillamook. Click back to last week’s report for that information. This week, the Port of Garibaldi is lifting some of its restrictions for boaters, allowing access to the lower…

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North Coast Fishing Report August 23rd, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report August 23rd, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report – With ocean coho and now tuna the main focus for north coast anglers, most effort is reliant on ocean weather. And speaking to that dilemma, ODF&W has now opened the South of Falcon halibut fishery to a 2 fish bag limit since rough ocean weather has kept the halibut fleet…

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North Coast Fishing Report August 16th, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report August 16th, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report – It’s been a bit of a downer week for north coast anglers. With Buoy 10 in full blossom, interest in other north coast fisheries is underwhelming. The South of Falcon ocean coho season seems to have fizzled, and so has the Nehalem bite that impressed a few anglers last week.…

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North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast June 14th, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast June 14th, 2019

North Coast Fishing Report – It’s still relatively quiet on the spring Chinook front. As a matter of fact, fishery managers have a growing concern that the hatchery may not make broodstock this season, so they closed the hatchery hole on the Trask River effective Thursday. HERE is the official press release. The return is…

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North Coast Fishing Report July 6th, 2018

North Coast Fishing Report – With spring Chinook functionally over, effort will turn to offshore fisheries for most north coast ports. The opener wasn’t a barn-burner, but there were fish caught from every port. Chinook outnumbered coho substantially for retained fish, while it was more even for released fish. Brookings produced the highest number of…

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