2016 Umpqua River Fishing Report

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2016 Umpqua River Fishing Report:


The Chetco, Elk, Sixes and Coquille steelhead seasons are coming to a close, but the Umpqua river is still producing lots of Steelhead and an the occasional spring chinook. I have been forced to spend most of this year on the North and South Umpqua due to the main stem of the Umpqua being too high.

Every trip my clients have been producing multiple fish with lots weighing in the high teens.  This year the north Umpqua has produced an above average number of hatchery fish.  I will continue to catch winter steelhead through mid April where I will then target spring salmon.  These trips book fast, book now so we can make sure to have a spot for you.


This report is courtesy of Reel Mello Fishing Guide Service.


Call Joe Mello to book your trip today. (541) 661-6568


This concludes our 2016 Umpqua River Fishing Report


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