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November 2012 / 4 posts found

2012 Fall Chinook Runs Better than Average Up & Down West Coast

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On a Guides "Day Off" we enjoyed some great success landing 8 out of 12 biters drifting eggs for "Fallies."

Big Fall Fish on the Siletz

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Just back from a couple trips up on the Siltez River where my Guest Jamie got to tangle with some Brutes.

A True Fish Tale (if there is such a thing)

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Day #1 on the Siletz River we hit several big Chinook. Unfortunately, the brightest of the batch broke off before getting to the net and disappeared along with the plug. Day #2 we were drifting down river when I spot a plug floating down river about 30 feet away. I row over to the plug and as lift it out of the water I see it is connected to the jaw of a fish that was apparently eaten by a seal. The seal obviously lacked a taste for sharp hooks and hard plastic. Upon closer inspection, I recognized the remaing [...]

Elk & Sixes Rivers are due to Rock

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The Elk & Sixes Rivers in Southern Oregon are known for a late run of beautiful, big Fall Chinook. November & December are the best months to book a trip for these great fish.