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As the high water levels in most of our Coastal Rivers drop, Fall Chinook fishing in the free-flowing sections has improved

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  Mark & Jeff hold a couple beauties we hooked on our "high water drift" on Friday. One of the six hook-ups included a powerful beast that continued to run and hold in fast water. After a good half hour battle, we ultimately had to move down around a point to find water soft enough to bring it to net.

Elk & Sixes River Chinook Fishing – Crankin’ in the Big Boys

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  Fishing was great on the Elk & Sixes Rivers for a couple weeks or more while we had enough water in the rivers to invite the returning salmon and to float drift boats. While Seattle and Portland have been hammered with rain, recent storms have somehow missed Port Orford causing me to have to reschedule this weeks' trips due to low water levels in the rivers. Bring on the Rain!

Exciting Fall Chinook Fishing Peaks on Numerous Systems

  Ed and Cliff had quite a day recently while drifting the very scenic Siletz River. Both bait and plugs seemed to produced equally well. The intermittent downpours didn't phase the boys at all and in fact, Cliff maintained that his stylish pink rainpants somehow influenced their great success.

Winter Steelhead Showing Nicely Throughout Western Oregon

Reports of decent steelhead fishing surfaced up and down the coast in early January. As the early rains of 2013 diminished and gave way to a short cold snap, the bite layed down a tad. Recent rains over the last few days should now provide a welcome jump start and packs of new fish should be pushing through soon.

Don’t forget the Great Trout Action on Stockers

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Lucky Lady displays her "Hat Trick" of 3 lb hatchery chunkers (Rainbow Trout) taken on a coastal lake.

Time to Look for Steel

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From January through March 31 we focus on Chrome Winter Steelhead found in our major premier rivers and our precious tiny creeks alike.