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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is complete for the year. Construction activities are winding down at Town Lake, but a few tasks remain to be completed. Due to recent tampering at the dam, the lake will have to be drawn down again to install the water control headgate. The dock will be moved to accommodate the drawdown, and will be inaccessible for a period of time.

MID COAST LAKES The wild coho salmon fishery in Siltcoos and Tahkenitch Lakes is producing fair to good results. Look for the next good rain event to help move new fish up into the lakes. This time of year is typically peak season.

A good rain event is normally needed to move fish up into the lakes so watch the weather carefully. Anglers have success either trolling or casting lures such as spinners, spoons, hot shots, mag warts or some type of rattle / wiggle bass plug. Areas to focus on are near the lake outlets or the major tributaries to the lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is complete for the year. Construction activities are winding down at Town Lake, but a few tasks remain to be completed. Due to recent tampering at the dam, the lake will have to be drawn down again to install the water control headgate. The dock will be moved to accommodate the drawdown, and will be inaccessible for a period of time.

MID COAST LAKES The wild coho salmon fishery in Siltcoos and Tahkenitch Lakes is producing fair to good results. Recent rain events and the pulsing of the lake levels have brought a good number of coho into the lakes. The peak fish return is typically around late October through mid-November. A good rain event is normally needed to move fish up into the lakes so watch the weather carefully. Anglers have success either trolling or casting lures such as spinners, spoons, hot shots, mag warts or some type of rattle / wiggle bass plug. Areas to focus on are near the lake outlets or the major tributaries to the lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Lost Lake, Cape Meares Lake, Coffenbury Lake and Sunset Lake have all been stocked in past few weeks. Town Lake stocking is still delayed due to ongoing construction of the new dam. Stocking will occur after construction is complete.

MID COAST LAKES Lost Lake, Cape Meares Lake, Coffenbury Lake and Sunset Lake have all been stocked in past few weeks. Town Lake stocking is still delayed due to ongoing construction of the new dam. Stocking will occur after construction is complete.

MID COAST LAKES The wild coho salmon fishery in Siltcoos and Tahkenitch Lakes is open from Oct.1 through Dec. 31. The peak fish return is typically around late October through mid-November. A good rain event is normally needed to move fish up into the lakes so watch the weather carefully. Anglers have success either trolling or casting lures such as spinners, spoons, hot shots, mag warts or some type of rattle / wiggle bass plug. Areas to focus on are near the lake outlets or the major tributaries to the lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Lost Lake and Cape Meares Lake were stocked with trophy trout two weeks ago. Coffenbury and Sunset lakes were stocked last week after the lakes cooled down sufficiently to put fish in. Town Lake stocking is still delayed due to ongoing construction of the new dam. Stocking will occur after construction is complete.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall. 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 Trophy trout stocking is scheduled for mid-September in Coffenbury, Lost, Sunset, and Cape Meares lakes. Construction of the new outlet structure at Town Lake is ongoing. The fishing dock has been moved away from its base due to low lake levels. Fall stocking of trophy trout will be delayed until the project is complete and the lake level is brought back up. Fishing for warm water species is slow due to poor water quality in many areas. Weeds are a problem in many areas.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall. 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 Trophy trout stocking is scheduled for mid-September in some lakes. Check the stocking schedule to see which lakes will be stocked. Construction of the new outlet structure at Town Lake is ongoing. The fishing dock has been moved away from its base due to low lake levels. Fall stocking may not occur on schedule.

Fishing for warm water species is slow due to poor water quality in many areas. Weeds are a problem in many areas.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall.

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 Trophy trout stocking is scheduled for mid-September in some lakes. Check the stocking schedule to see which lakes will be stocked. Construction of the new outlet structure at Town Lake is ongoing. The angling dock has been moved and is not accessible until further notice. Fall stocking may not occur on schedule.

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. Water quality is an issue in some lakes, as weed growth and algal blooms make fishing difficult.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall.

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 Trophy trout stocking is scheduled for mid-September in some lakes. Check the stocking schedule to see which lakes will be stocked.

Construction of the new outlet structure at Town Lake should be underway this week. The angling dock has been moved and is not accessible until further notice. Fall stocking may not occur on schedule this fall.

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. Water quality is an issue in some lakes, as weed growth and algal blooms make fishing difficult.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall.

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 South Lake and Hebo Lake were recently stocked with about 250-300 larger trout each. Fishing should still be fair.

Planned construction work at Town Lake may affect fishing. 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. Fall stocking may not occur on schedule.

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. Water quality is an issue in some lakes, as weed growth and algal blooms make fishing difficult.

MID COAST LAKES Trout fishing tends to be slow during the summer months as warm water temperatures can put trout off the bite. Look to fish early in the morning or near cool water zones until water temperatures start to cool off in the fall.

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: 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.



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11/20/2014 00:11:20Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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10/02/2014 00:12:00Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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09/19/2014 00:03:23Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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08/28/2014 00:02:37Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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08/21/2014 00:03:00Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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08/12/2014 00:02:33Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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07/25/2014 00:02:29Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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07/19/2014 00:02:29Guest---Chickahominy Reservoir
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