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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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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is scheduled to resume in March. Coffenbury, Cullaby, and Lost lakes, and Vernonia Pond are scheduled to be stocked the week of March 10.

Surplus hatchery steelhead adults have been released in Coffenbury, Lytle and Town lakes this winter.

MID COAST LAKES Trout stocking is underway for the season with many water bodies having been stocked for the first time this year. Stocking will continue again early in March. 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.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is scheduled to resume in March. Surplus hatchery steelhead adults have been released in Coffenbury, Lytle and Town lakes this winter.

MID COAST LAKES Trout stocking along the mid coast will start this week but may be delayed a few days because of weather. Stocking will continue into early June. 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.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is scheduled to resume in March.

Surplus hatchery steelhead adults have been released in Lake Lytle and Town Lake this winter.

Mid Coast - The Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes wild coho fisheries are closed for the season.

Trout stocking along the mid coast will begin starting in February and continue into early June. 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.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is scheduled to resume in March. A few surplus summer steelhead adults were released in Town Lake earlier in the winter.

MID COAST LAKES The Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes wild coho fisheries are closed for the season.

Trout stocking along the mid coast will begin starting in February and continue into early June. 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.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is scheduled to resume in March. A few surplus summer steelhead adults were released in Town Lake earlier in the winter.

MID COAST LAKES The Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes wild coho fisheries are closed for the season.

Trout stocking along the mid coast will begin starting in February and continue into early June. 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.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is complete for the year. Trout angling is slow.

MID COAST LAKES The Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes wild coho fisheries are open for the season (Oct. 1-Dec. 31). The lake fisheries have slowed as many fish have migrated onto the spawning grounds. The lake fisheries typically slow way down by the end of the season. Anglers can have good success trolling or casting spinners, spoons or bass plugs near the lake outlets or the major lake tributaries. Anglers are reminded that the daily limit is 1 adult coho per day and 5 for the season in aggregate with the other lake and river coho fisheries.

Trout stocking in the mid coast is done for the season and will start back up in February 2014. Many water bodies get stocked multiple times per season and can have a good number of carry over fish available to anglers with the fall and winter months still productive.

Fishing for warm water species is slow during the winter months, but can still provide good opportunities on nice winter days. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.




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Full Report: Coastal Lakes: NORTH COAST LAKES Trout stocking is complete for the year. Trout fishing is likely to be slow.

MID COAST LAKES The Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes wild coho fisheries are open for the season (Oct. 1-Dec. 31). Although the fishery remains slow, this time of year is typically the most productive. Look for the next good rain event to really move some fish. Anglers can have good success trolling or casting spinners, spoons or bass plugs near the lake outlets or the major lake tributaries. Anglers are reminded that the daily limit is 1 adult coho per day and 5 for the season in aggregate with the other lake and river coho fisheries.

Trout stocking in the mid coast is done for the season and will start back up in February 2014. Many water bodies get stocked multiple times per season and can have a good number of carry over fish available to anglers with the fall and winter months still productive.

Fishing for warm water species is slowing as lake temperatures are starting to drop but can still provide good opportunities. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.



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