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The Umpqua River’s redtailed surfperch run continues to dominate our area’s fishing opportunities. The fishing is gradually improving, and while some days are better than others, the fishing is definitely getting better. Last Friday was the best fishing day yet for the upriver perch and a number of boat limits were reported taken by 8 am. Sand shr...  [read more]
By: Pete Heley   Article Category: General   Date: 6/18/2013
The Umpqua River redtailed surfperch run (pinkfins) has been more productive recently with a number of bosts catching 30 or more fish and one boat with five anglers catching 65 last Sunday. However, there are lots of boats enjoying little or minimal perch fishing success. Of course I have little sympathy for the guy who called me last Saturday a...  [read more]
By: Pete Heley   Article Category: General   Date: 6/7/2013
On Saturday there will be a free fishing event at Tugman Park on Eel Lake. On Sunday, there will be a free fishing event on Lake Marie. These events are wonderful places to introduce youngsters to fishing. The youngsters get a free hotdog and pop for simply registering and can get the same for picking up some litter. In the meantime, there are h...  [read more]
By: Pete Heley   Article Category: Bass   Date: 5/29/2013
Fishing for spring chinook has been slow, except for the area below where Rock Creek enters the North Umpqua. The entire mainstem Umpqua has been fishing very slow. Another small springer was reported takenat Half Moon Bay last week, but the lower river has not been productive for any salmon and even the feeder chinook out in the ocean were tough ...  [read more]
By: Pete Heley   Article Category: General   Date: 5/13/2013
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Sockeye Mania!
It's been a great year for sockeye, despite Lake Washington fizzling and Baker Lake not hitting pre-season forecasts. Check out our August Newsletter for some articles and videos that will help you get in on the action!

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July Newsletter and What's New
Our July Edition of Northwest Fishing Reports has gone out. This month the focus is on Spiny Ray action with articles on walleye fishing, a video on Banks lake walleye, and an in-depth look at Eloika Lake largemouth bass. We didn't forget the river guys as Jason Brooks gives us detailed information on Skykomish Kings and Steelhead.

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June Newsletter
Our June Newsletter is out and has some great information on kokanee, walleye, and a special treat, fishing crappie with "The Jigmiester".

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May Newsletter Features Lake Stevens
Our May Newsletter is out featuring articles on Lake Stevens kokanee (just in time for the Derby), Lake Coeur d'Alene Springtime Chinook 101, and Springers fishing on the Columbia River.

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