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A Great Oregon Coast Resource: ODFW 2011 Winter Steelhead Guide
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ODFW SteelheadWinter steelhead are one of Oregon’s most prized game fish – and one of the most challenging to catch. But the promise of large hard-fighting fish, fresh from the ocean, lures many anglers to brave the cold, wet conditions in search of a trophy.

This 2011 Guide offers the novice steelhead angler an overview of where and when to fish. For the more experienced angler, the Guide also includes updates on access, regulation changes and other changes that could affect fishing.

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Southern Oregon Coast's Chetco River opens to Chinook & Steelhead fishing October 30
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Increased flows let ODFW open the Chetco River a week early

GOLD BEACH, Ore. – With higher water flows in the Chetco River, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reopens chinook and steelhead fishing beginning Saturday, October 30.

Coastal chinook regulations adopted in June by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission included a low flow closure on the Chetco River effective through Nov. 5.  However, the closure will be lifted Oct. 30 thanks to late October rains and increased river flows.

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See salmon spawning along the Oregon Coast and in many inland rivers
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Salmon are spawning and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife encourages Oregonians to step outside and see this natural wonder.

Salmon Spawning

Please observe spawning from a short distance without disturbing the fish or walking through spawning nests, called redds, in the river gravels. Viewing conditions can be limited following rainstorms, but water usually clears within a few days.

Salmon spawning provides an opportunity for unique photographs. First, look for redds where the gravel is scuffed up by fish. Also watch for dorsal fins breaking the surface. Make sure the sun is behind you, and use a polarizing filter if it’s a sunny day to help take away glare from the water’s surface. Overcast days may be best because there won’t be harsh shadows. If you can, face the fish to see their eyes for a more interesting photograph.

In many cases, people don't need to travel far from home to see spawning salmon.

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Tillamook, a must for Oregon Coast fall Chinook Salmon
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by David Johnson

David 1It started back in late August and early September.  The first of this year’s fall Chinook started to trickle into Tillamook Bay.  So did the anglers.

And now it’s the first of October.  The ground swell that’s been building in this fishery is about to break.

For years Tillamook has been known for its outstanding runs of salmon and as well as it’s trophy Chinook known as “Hogs”.

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Three wild coho fisheries to open on Oregon Coast
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WildCoho

A forecast for large numbers of returning coho salmon will allow anglers to harvest wild coho in three fisheries along the Oregon Coast beginning September 1st and October 1st.

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