2016 Coquille River Fishing Report

Posted by on January 25, 2016


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2016 Coquille River Fishing Report:


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Steelhead fishing has been good on the North Fork Coquille River at LaVerne Park. Currently the water level is too high to effectively fish the South Fork Coquille. The mainstem Coquille is currently running at or near flood stage so fishing will be difficult. In the Coquille Basin 1 additional hatchery steelhead may be retained per day for a total aggregate of 3 adult fish harvested daily.

Recreational harvest of crab re-opened from the Columbia River to the California border. It is still recommended you discard the crab viscera (guts/butter) before cooking. Crabbing will be slow in the Coquille due to the amount of freshwater in the bay from the recent rain.


This concludes our 2016 Coquille River fishing report



Coquille River Water levels and Flow Rate





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