North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast July 1st, 2016

North Coast Fishing Report – Action on the north coast has dramatically slowed for spring Chinook.  With the bulk of the run in their respective rivers, the bay and ocean jetty fisheries are largely over. It’s a bank angling show now. On that note, with low flows and warming temperatures, it’s a standard year in…

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North Coast Fishing Report and Forecast May 22nd – May 28th, 2015

North Coast Fishing Report – Spring Chinook have arrived in Tillamook Bay. Although it is far from consistent, anglers in upper Tillamook Bay are starting to see some decent flurries of catches. Good bites were reported late last week and trollers fishing the upper bay on Thursday morning (5/21) reported consistent catches for much of…

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North Coast Fishing Report

With spring chinook still waiting in the wings, north coast anglers have kept their focus elsewhere. Although spring chinook are being reported on occasion from the Trask River and Tillamook Bay itself, anglers should not be in pursuit of fish with high expectations. We are still 2 weeks away from the start of peak season.…

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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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