Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for May 31st, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for May 31st, 2019

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports From Tim Moran Tim’s off the grid this week. From ODF&W This weekend is Free Fishing Weekend, which means you don’t need a license, tag or endorsement to fish, crab or clam anywhere in the state (all other regulations still apply). So call your kid, friend, co-worker or spouse…

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SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 19th, 2019

SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 19th, 2019

From Pete Heley at PeteHeley.com Heavy rains last week greatly raised pond and lake levels and caused muddy water and near flood conditions in many streams and it is highly unlikely that Johnson Mill Pond, located in a swampy, muddy area, received its trout plant on schedule. Eel and Tenmile Creeks are not muddy and…

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SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 5th, 2019

SW Oregon Fishing Report for April 5th, 2019

From Pete Heley at PeteHeley.com Dwayne Schwartz of Reedsport reported having fish bite two of the large Berkley Gulp worms in half while fishing for lingcod off Winchester Bay’s South Jetty. When he fished the same spot three days later, he caught a 22-inch ling that had both of his bitten-in-half worms in the back…

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SW Oregon Fishing Report for November 2nd, 2018

From ODF&W Fishing for fall trout in Hemlock and Lake in the Woods can be great. Spinners or “plunking” with worms and/or PowerBait can be effective methods for fishing these lakes. Some anglers are having success with flies. Check the 2018 stocking schedule Hemlock Lake  and the 2018 stocking schedule Lake in the Woods Water levels…

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Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Aug 5th

If you’re wondering what kind of steelhead run we’re going to have this season, it seems as though we have a pretty good start, but this week things have slowed down a bit. The dam counts in the Columbia are fair, and the movement is good due to favorable water temperatures. The Deschutes has fishable…

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Central & Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for May 13th

Water temperature on the lower Deschutes has been averaging in the low- to mid-50s, the reason Salmon Flies and Stoneflies have made an early appearance this year. Now is the time to take advantage of this event. Concentrate your fishing efforts near the bank. Get there if at all possible as it won’t get any…

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