Located in Tillamook County, OR
Trask River Fishing:
The Trask River is one of Oregon’s true hot spots for salmon and steelhead fishing. The Trask Originates in the Tillamook forest and dumps out into Tillamook bay stretching approximately 18 miles long before it forks. The North fork stretches for another 30 miles and the south fork another 10 miles. The three primary Salmonid species that run this body of water are Chinook, Coho, and Steelhead. Making the Trask river a major attraction for a fishing destination. For Trask, river fishing access, see our Trask river fishing access map below.
When to Fish
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This river is catch and release pretty much year round, but from mid August till the end of October it is open to Salmon fishing.
**See Oregon fishing REGS for exact times.
Trask River Water levels
Trask River Discharge Rate
Trask River Water Levels are provided by the United States Geological Survey data system.
This fishery generally allows 2 adult salmon or steelhead per day. 5 Jack salmon per day allowed as well.
**See Oregon fishing REGS for details.
Preferred Fishing Tackle:
One single point barbless hook. Corky and yarn, Jigs or spinners.
Sand Shrimp, Salmon eggs, where allowed!
Combat Fishing Rating:
Hand to Hand. Eye protection recommended!
Trask River Fishing Access:
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