Latest Report From the ODFW –
Chinook salmon fishing has been slowing down in Coos Bay. Most chinook are being caught in the Coos, South Fork Coos, and Millicoma rivers. Most of the chinook are dark but anglers are also catching an occasional bright chinook. Trolling a cut-plug herring is working well for catching salmon. The wild coho season in Coos Bay is open until Nov. 30. Anglers are allowed to keep one wild coho per day and two for the season. Coho fishing remains good in the lower Coos Bay.
This concludes our 2015 Coos River Fishing Report
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