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More Salmon With This Week's Rain
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Rogue River Lower

Hatchery steelhead and a few hatchery springers are being caught on the lower Rogue according to Martin. “Some guides are catching a couple steelhead and a springer or two a day. Expect more salmon with this week’s rain.”
Few Bright Fish Still Around
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Chetco River

Steelhead fishing has slowed on the Chetco but a few bright fish are still around according to Martin. “Boats drifting from the upper end clear down to Social Security Bar are picking up a fish or two a day. There are some blue backs in the river now. Rain this week may bring a handful of fresh fish in,” added...
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Steelhead FIshing Has Been Slow
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Smith River

Not much happening on the Smith as most of the anglers have put away their steelhead gear for the winter. The few boats still out are getting a chance at one to two fish per day. That could change by the weekend however as flows are predicted to jump to 10.5 feet on the Jed Smith gauge. That should kickstart...
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Waters Predicted to Rise Saturday Night
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Eel River

The main Eel was getting oh so close to fishable, but the rain that’s predicted for the next few days will put us back at square one. It was under 9,500 cfs on Wednesday, but it predicted to rise to nearly 22,500 cfs by Saturday night. It will likely need another 10 days of dry weather to drop into fishable...
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River Full of Steelhead
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Eel River - South Fork

The South Fork was definitely the place to be since late last week. The river is full of steelhead, the majority of which have been downers. There are also a few fresh ones mixed in. Boats fishing from Leggett all the way down were reporting really good scores, with most hooking double-digits. Flows were starting to rise slowly on Wednesday,...
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Water Has Been at Good Height
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, MARCH 20, 2019

Van Duzen River

The Van Duzen has been at a good height this past week, but was holding a little more color due to the snow melt. With a couple inches of rain forecasted to hit the watershed, it’s forecasted to blow out early Thursday morning. Another inch and a half is in store for Friday, which may deliver the knockout punch. Hopefully...
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