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Location: Chickahominy Reservoir
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Full Report: COOS RIVER BASIN: Trout season is open in the Coos Basin rivers. Anglers should fish the smaller streams which should have cooler water temperatures. Small spinners, small jigs, and flies all work well to catch trout. In streams and rivers above the head of tide, anglers are restricted to use artificial flies and lures until Sept. 1. The daily limit of trout in streams is 2 fish over 8 inches.

Salmon anglers have been occasionally picking up a few Chinook salmon on the Coos Bay bar. The fishing has not been consistent yet but should be getting better in the next month.

Sturgeon fishing is open in the Coos Basin for catch and release only on any size sturgeon.

Crabbing in Coos Bay has improved with some boat crabbers picking up limits. The best crabbing has been near the jetties but crabbers are getting legal size crab all the way up to the BLM Boat Ramp.

Clamming is excellent during low tides near Charleston, off Cape Arago Highway, and Clam Island. There are also good places to dig clams even on positive low tides in Coos Bay. For more information on shellfish in Coos Bay click on the following link: Shellfish Assessment of Coastal Oregon. Before any shellfish harvest trip, make sure to check the Oregon Department of Agriculture website for any updates.




Location: Chickahominy Reservoir
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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout fishing is still fair at some lakes. Best prospects are at higher elevation lakes like Lost, Hebo, or South lakes. Some fish are being caught in other lakes as well, but warmer water temperatures have slowed the bite.

Planned construction work at Town Lake may affect fishing later this summer. Construction activities should begin in August. Preparations are underway, including lowering the lake level and setting up a temporary dam to de-water the work area. The angling dock has been moved and is not accessible until further notice.

Fishing for warm water species should be good in some areas. Cape Meares, Lytle, Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Sunset lakes, and Vernonia Pond should provide reasonable opportunity, especially for largemouth bass.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is slowing down but still productive this time of year. Although the Mid Coast trout stocking is now finished for the season, most areas will remain productive through June. As water temperatures rise during the summer months, the trout fisheries tend to slow.

This time of year can offer anglers a variety of warm water species to go after. There are numerous lakes in the Florence area that have warm water fish species such as bass, blue gill, perch and brown bullhead. Areas to consider are Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Sutton, Mercer, Munsel and Woahink lakes. Angling out of a boat is typically the most productive in these lakes but there is some bank / dock access to consider.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES An unplanned stocking of surplus trout will occur this week. About 1,500 trout will be stocked in Hebo Lake and South Lake.

Planned construction work at Town Lake may affect fishing later this summer. Construction activities should begin in August. Preparations are underway, including lowering the lake level and setting up a temporary dam to de-water the work area. The angling dock will likely not be accessible soon.

Angling for warm water species should be good in some areas. Cape Meares, Lytle, Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Sunset lakes, and Vernonia Pond should provide reasonable opportunity, especially for largemouth bass.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is slowing down but still productive this time of year. Although the Mid Coast trout stocking is now finished for the season, most areas will remain productive through June. As water temperatures rise during the summer months, the trout fisheries tend to slow.

This time of year can offer anglers a variety of warm water species to go after. There are numerous lakes in the Florence area that have warm water fish species such as bass, blue gill, perch and brown bullhead. Areas to consider are Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Sutton, Mercer, Munsel and Woahink lakes. Angling out of a boat is typically the most productive in these lakes but there is some bank / dock access to consider.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Spring trout stocking is complete. The next scheduled stocking is in mid-September. Fishing should still hold up this week as plenty of trout were stocked in some lakes last week.

Angling for warm water species should be good in some areas. Cape Meares, Lytle, Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Sunset lakes, and Vernonia Pond should provide reasonable opportunity, especially for largemouth bass.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is good this time of year as most waterbodieshave been stocked multiple times this spring. Although the Mid Coast trout stocking is now finished for the season, most areas will remain productive through June or until warm water temperatures slow down the bite. Anglers of all experience levels can have some great fishing and the trout fishery can be a great way to introduce kids into fishing.

This time of year can offer anglers a variety of warm water species to go after. There are numerous lakes in the Florence area that have warm water fish species such as bass, blue gill, perch and brown bullhead. Areas to consider are Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Sutton, Mercer, Munsel and Woahink lakes. Angling out of a boat is typically the most productive in these lakes but there is some bank / dock access to consider.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Cape Meares, Hebo, and Town lakes are scheduled to be stocked the week of June 2. The next scheduled stocking will be for free fishing weekend in June.

As water begins to warm, angling for warm water species will improve. Cape Meares, Lytle, Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Sunset lakes, and Vernonia Pond should provide reasonable opportunity, especially for largemouth bass.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is good this time of year and most waterbodies have been stocked multiple times. The trout fishery can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities and can be a great way to introduce kids into fishing and this is prime trout fishing season. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information.

Fishing for warm water species such as bass, bluegill, perch and bullhead can be productive from spring through fall. The Mid Coast has several good options to consisder trying for some of these species in the Florence area such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Sutton, Mercer, Munsel and Woahink lakes.

Devils Lake recently experienced a large blue/green algae bloom. However, eating fish from this waterbody is safe. When there are elevated levels of blue green algae, anglers are advised to remove all internal organs and skin. For the latest water quality monitoring data, please visit the Devils Lake Water Improvement District website.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Cape Meares, Hebo, and Town lakes were stocked the week of May 5. The next scheduled stocking will be for free fishing weekend June 7-8.

As water begins to warm, angling for warm water species will improve. Cape Meares, Lytle, Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Sunset lakes, and Vernonia Pond should provide reasonable opportunity, especially for largemouth bass.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is good this time of year and most waterbodies have been stocked multiple times. The trout fishery can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities and can be a great way to introduce kids into fishing and this is prime trout fishing season. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information.

Fishing for warm water species such as bass, bluegill, perch and bullhead can be productive from spring through fall. The Mid Coast has several good options to consisder trying for some of these species in the Florence area such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Sutton, Mercer, Munsel and Woahink lakes.

Devils Lake recently experienced a large blue/green algae bloom. However, eating fish from this waterbody is safe. When there are elevated levels of blue green algae, anglers are advised to remove all internal organs and skin. For the latest water quality monitoring data, please visit the Devils Lake Water Improvement District website.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Sunset, Lost, and Coffenbury lakes, and Vernonia Pond were stocked the week of April 28. Cape Meares, Hebo, and Town lakes are scheduled to be stocked the week of May 5.

A family fishing event is scheduled for Saturday, May 3 at Vernonia Pond. Activities will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is good in most areas as water temperatures have warmed and stocking has occurred multiple times. The trout fishery can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities and can be a great way to introduce kids into fishing. Prime stocking occurs March, April and May in Mid Coast water bodies. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information.

Devils Lake recently experienced a large blue/green algae bloom. However, eating fish from this waterbody is safe. When there are elevated levels of blue green algae, anglers are advised to remove all internal organs and skin




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Cape Meares, Smith, Tahoe, and Lytle lakes and Lorens and Nedonna Pond were stocked the week of April 7. Town, South, North, and Hebo lakes are schedule to be stocked the week of April 14.

A family fishing event is scheduled for Saturday, April 19 at Hebo Lake. Activities will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing is good in most areas as water temperatures have warmed and stocking has occurred multiple times. The trout fishery can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities and can be a great way to introduce kids into fishing. Prime stocking occurs March, April and May in Mid Coast water bodies. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information.

Devils Lake recently experienced a large blue/green algae bloom. However, eating fish from this waterbody is safe. When there are elevated levels of blue green algae, anglers are advised to remove all internal organs and skin.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Cape Meares, Smith, Tahoe, and Lytle lakes and Lorens and Nedonna Pond are scheduled to be stocked the week of April 7. Town, South, North, and Hebo lakes are schedule to be stocked the week of April 14.

A family fishing event is scheduled for Saturday, April 19 at Hebo Lake. Activities will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

MID COAST LAKES Nearly all water bodies have been stocked multiple times this season with rainbow trout. Trout fishing has really picked up recently as water temperatures have warmed and a lot of fish have been stocked. This fishery can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities. Prime stocking occurs March, April and May in Mid Coast water bodies. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information.

Surplus hatchery winter steelhead adults have been released into Olalla and Big Creek Reserviors recently. These are consider “trout” once in a lake or reservoir so only one trout over 20 inches is allowed per day.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Nearly all water bodies have been stocked this season with rainbow trout and most will be getting another load of fish this week or next. March through May is when the most fish are stocked along Mid Coast water bodies and can offer anglers excellent fishing opportunity. Be sure to check out the 2014 stocking schedule on the ODFW web page for the most up to date information. Most water bodies get stocked multiple times per season and can offer anglers of all experience levels some great fishing opportunities.

Surplus hatchery winter steelhead adults have been released into Olalla and Big Creek Reserviors recently. These are consider “trout” once in a lake or reservoir so only one trout over 20 inches is allowed per day.



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07/19/2014 00:02:29Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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05/31/2014 00:02:32Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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