- Reminder, The spit and lower river quotas have been met. Only salmon 22 inches and under may be retained from the Hwy. 96 bridge in Weitchpec to the ocean.
- The Lower Klamath reports are great for Chinook adults and jacks. As a regulations reminder, only salmon 22 inches and under may be retained from the Hwy. 96 bridge in Weitchpec to the ocean.
- The Yurok Tribe plans reopen the subsistence fishery for two weeks, with a 2-day closure each week for the protection of Coho.
- The Chetco River Ocean Terminal Area will be open for recreational Chinook fishing from October 1-12th.
- 2 Chinook daily (only 1 wild /5 wild seasonal limit)
- 24 inch min. length.
- Twin Rocks-OR/CA border, 0-3 miles.
- For more information, visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Due to the Trinity River emergency flow release, fishing reports are slow as the water level is reported to be difficult for bank anglers and drift boats. Flow can be monitored on our Trinity River Flow page.
The results from the Willow Creek weir show a large spike in the number of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead that are heading upriver to Junction City. See the Trinity River Trapping Summary for more information.