|Oregon Coast Notes|
|Fall Chinook Now: A guide, a Brit, a son|
By David Johnson
It’s not over folks! In fact this is my favorite and most productive time of the year for fall Chinook on the Oregon coast. Weather and water conditions permitting, from the last days of October until the middle of December, this is the best time to fish fall Chinook.
This week the rains let up and as the flows dropped and cleared there were bright fall Chinook just waiting for a well placed offering of bait or lure.
Lately we have been fishing several north Coast Rivers with my specially cured salmon eggs and just about everyone on board has been hooking into some really nice fish. We’re seeing at least a 30 pounder every day.
Little David got his first fall Chinook,
it was over 30.
Chris “one bite, one kill”
from the UK
got a 30 pounder.
This was his second time fishing.
Photos on Flickr
David Johnson is a renowned Pacific Northwest fishing guide. To book a trip with Dave call 503-201-4292 or visit Dave at www.davidjohnsonfishing.com