River Mouth Fishing Hole (2024)

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  • "Luke's big (bigmouth) bass" Coquille -Photo by Dan Henthorn-Jan. 3, 2024‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ If there’s not a photo, it didn’t happen Submit your fishing photo  to ODFW and we might use it here or elsewhere on MyODFW.com. Best bets for weekend fishing South and mainstem Umpqua have been seeing winter steelhead fishing picking up. The river may get a bit murky over the weekend, but otherwise it should be in good fishing condition this week. Steelhead fishing has been good in the Coos and Coquille basins. With dropping water levels, anglers should focus on trout and summer steelhead on the middle and upper Rogue. Fishing can still be good in December for trout anglers to hit lakes and reservoirs in the Rogue watershed. Howard Prairie, Willow, Hyatt and Fish Lake are all good bets. Lost Creek Reservoir offers good trout fishing through the fall and winter. River conditions on the Chetco have been excellent for steelhead fishing. Best fishing will be as water levels start to drop after rain events. Bank anglers plunking Spin-n-Glos are regularly picking up steelhead on the lower Rogue. Recently stocked Scheduled to be stocked this week: Stocking is scheduled to resume in February.‌ Check out the 2023 trout stocking schedule. Trout stocking maps Check out the ODFW fishing and trout stocking maps to find nearby fishing locations, driving directions and descriptions of amenities. Announcements Ice fishing safety‌ With several water bodies beginning to ice over, anglers need to be cautious during first-ice conditions. Take the following precautions: use the "buddy system," wear a PFD in case of thin ice, carry a throw-rope, and use a heavy metal staff to check for thin-ice. The Minnesota DNR has developed guidelines for ice thickness and other safety tips.‌ Rogue-South Coast Steelhead Validation and Harvest Tag required beginning Dec. 1‌ All winter steelhead anglers in the Rogue Basin and on the south coast will need a Rogue-South Coast Steelhead Validation from Dec. 1 to April 30. In addition, anglers will need a new harvest tag to keep wild winter steelhead in this area. Please check the regulations for wild winter steelhead harvest dates on the Rogue River as that can be different depending on where you are fishing.‌ The new validations will provide more accurate harvest information and close annual harvest loopholes on certain daily licenses. Learn more about this new validation and harvest tag.‌ If your favorite fishing spot isn't listed‌ It's probably because that river, lake or reservoir is closed for the season, inaccessible due to snow and bad roads, or offers limited fishing opportunities during the winter months. These waterbodies will re-appear in the Recreation Report when they re-open next spring, or when access and/or opportunity improves.‌ E-tagging tips for anglers‌ It's important for anglers to tag their salmon and steelhead immediately, which means you'll need to know how to navigate the MyODFW app outside of cell phone range. Here are some tips for e-tagging in the field.‌ Sign up for the latest information on boater access ‌ Marine Board's Opportunities and Access Report incorporates information from federal and state agencies, local facility operators and fellow boaters to provide up-to-date information so boaters can decide where to recreate and what to expect this season. Subscribe to receive email updates.‌ Updates by waterbody AGATE LAKE: bass, carp, crappie, yellow perch, brown bullhead‌ Agate Reservoir is steady at 14 percent full. For up-to-date reservoir levels click here. The boat ramp should still be usable for small boats. There is also plenty of bank fishing access. Fishing for warmwater species has cooled with the weather.‌ The Jackson County Park's day-use area closes after sunset and day use fees are charged. There is a 10-mph speed limit on this reservoir and electric motors only. Last updated 12/6/23.‌ APPLEGATE RESERVOIR: trout, landlocked spring chinook, largemouth bass, small mouth bass, black crappie, bluegill, ‌ Applegate reservoir level is currently at 1,889 feet, and the surface temperature has dropped to 48oF. Check up-to-date reservoir levels here, or call the Army Corps of Engineers at 800-472-2434 for flow and temperature information.‌ The reservoir near its normal wintertime level, which means the French Gulch low water ramp is the only access for trailered boats. Muddy or icy conditions may make launching a boat difficult depending on the day. Fishing for trout should be good. ‌ There is a longstanding health advisory for consumption of resident species due to elevated levels of mercury. See Oregon Health Authority consumption guidelines or the 2022 sportfishing regulations for more information. Last updated 12/13/23.‌ APPLEGATE RIVER below Applegate Dam: trout‌ The release from the dam is 152 cfs, and the temperature at release is 46F. The Applegate is currently open for trout fishing only. Last updated 12/13/23.‌ ARIZONA POND: rainbow trout‌ Good numbers of trout are in the pond, but aquatic vegetation is making the fishing a little tough. Rain and cooler weather may help improve the pond conditions. The best way to fish the pond when there is quite a bit of vegetation is to use a bobber to suspend your bait. One of the best baits are worms This is pond is managed by Oregon State Parks as a youth-only pond. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ BEN IRVING RESERVOIR: rainbow trout, bass, bluegill, yellow perch, crappie‌ No recent reports from Ben Irving. Some prior reports of decent crappie, but probably slowing down now. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ CHETCO RIVER: winter steelhead‌ River conditions have been excellent for both boat and bank fishing. Steelhead are spread throughout the river, but success has been spotty. With frequent rain events, anglers will want to check flow conditions before heading out and try to fish as the river is dropping. The steelhead run is just getting started. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ South Coast winter steelhead rivers (video)‌ COOPER CREEK RESERVOIR: rainbow trout, bass, bluegill, coho and Chinook smolts‌ No recent reports. Trout fishing should be decent right now. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ COOS RIVER BASIN: bottomfish, steelhead, cutthroat trout‌ Anglers can catch rockfish around the jetties in the lower Coos Bay estuary. Best fishing is typically near slack tides with good fishing one day and fair fishing the next. A jig fished with a twister tail trailer is always a good option to catch bottomfish.‌ The 2024 daily general marine fish bag limit is 5 fish plus 2 lingcod with no retention of yelloweye or quillback rockfish. There is no harvest of cabezon until July 1. ‌ Steelhead fishing has been good in the Coos Basin rivers. Water levels have been slowly dropping this week but should come back up with the forecasted rain. Steelhead anglers are having success drifting egg patterns or fishing a jig under a bobber.‌ Anglers wanting to fish the South Fork Coos River above Dellwood will need a permit from Weyerhaeuser. Steelhead anglers can find bank access on the East Fork Millicoma at Nesika Park and on the West Fork Millicoma at Millicoma Interpretive Center/Scout Camp. ‌ Trout fishing is closed in the rivers until May 22, 2024. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ Bank fishing for steelhead on East Fork Millicoma River (video)‌ COQUILLE RIVER BASIN: steelhead‌ Steelhead anglers have been catching hatchery winter steelhead on the North Fork Coquille River at LaVerne Park and on the South Fork Coquille River from the town of Powers downstream A few anglers are fishing near the town of Coquille plunking with a Spin-n-Glo and bait (eggs or shrimp). ‌ Trout fishing in closed in the rivers until May 22, 2024. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ Winter steelhead fishing in the Coos, Coquille and Tenmile District (video)‌ DIAMOND LAKE: trout ‌ No recent reports. Some near shore ice may be present on some days, but the lake has not frozen over yet. Anglers willing to brave the cold may have some luck on late season trout.‌ Diamond Lake has been stocked with tiger and brown trout. Anglers targeting brown trout have been doing fantastic lately with high catch rates and some great brown trout being caught (and released). These fish are intended to assist in controlling illegally introduced tui chub. These trout are catch-and-release only and need to be released immediately and unharmed if caught. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ ELK RIVER: hatchery Chinook, steelhead‌ Anglers are still finding a few bright Chinook, but most Chinook are actively spawning or have returned to the hatchery. This is a good time of year to start looking for the first winter steelhead of the season. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ EMIGRANT RESERVOIR: largemouth and smallmouth bass, black crappie, bluegill, brown bullhead, catfish, rainbow trout‌ Emigrant is still at 13 percent full and filling very slowly. Small watercraft and inflatables can launch at the main boat ramp, but the reservoir needs to come up a come up a foot or two for small, trailered boats to be able to launch on gravel below the paved ramp.‌ Fishing for warmwater species is slowing down but there should be bass available in deep water near the dam and trout are spread throughout the lake.‌ There is a longstanding health advisory for consumption of resident warmwater species in Emigrant for high levels of mercury. Consult the sportfishing regulations or the Oregon Health Authority for more information on consumption guidelines. ‌ The most current elevations for Emigrant Reservoir and other Rogue Basin reservoirs can be found on the Bureau of Reclamation's website, here. Last updated 12/20/23. ‌ EXPO POND: rainbow trout, largemouth bass, bluegill, black crappie‌ Expo Pond is the pond at the Jackson County Fairgrounds located directly adjacent to the access road at Gate 5, at the Southern Oregon RV Park. ‌ Please remember to park in the day-use parking area and walk into the RV park to access the pond. Do not park your vehicle within the RV park. A Jackson County parks day-use or season-long parking pass is required.‌ Fishing for warmwater fish has slowed with the cooler temperatures.‌ There are Chinese mystery snails in the most northern pond. They are highly invasive and were illegally dumped here. Please do not move these creatures and drain and dry any personal watercraft before using them in another waterbody. Last updated 11/29/23.‌ FISH LAKE: rainbow trout, brook trout, spring Chinook ‌ Fish Lake is 50 percent full and trout fishing should continue to be good. The lake likely has spotty ice which should be approached very cautiously. Calling the resort at, (541) 949-8500, for current conditions is a wise choice as the snow levels are currently fluctuating widely so daily changes are likely occurring. Both the resort and USFS boat ramps were open but that may not be the case now due to ice. Bank anglers can catch fish on PowerBait fished from shore around the resort and the USFS boat ramp. Fly and gear anglers can still do well in colder conditions with a slow presentation. ‌ As winter approaches, snow may affect access for boats off and on early in the season, and a snow park permit is required beginning Nov. 15. ‌ Any tiger trout caught should be immediately released unharmed. Anglers are encouraged to report their catch or any other fish stories to Rogue Fish District Staff 541-826-8774. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ GALESVILLE RESERVOIR: rainbow trout, bass‌ According to recent reports, trout fishing has been good from the shore using PowerBait.‌ In Galesville Reservoir, all landlocked salmon are considered trout and are part of the five-per-day trout limit, with only one trout over 20 inches long allowed for harvest. If you catch any fish in Galesville with a hole punch in the operculum (plate over the gills), please e-mail Levi.m.simmons@odfw.oregon.gov. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ GARRISON LAKE: rainbow trout, cutthroat‌ No report, but the lake is always a good choice for a warm winter day or if rivers are high and muddy. Good numbers of rainbow trout carry over in the lake, along with cutthroat. The best way to fish the lake is by boat, as there is limited shore access. The 12th street boat ramp has an improved ramp and docks. Anglers will want to check the weather before heading out, as the lake can be very windy. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ HEMLOCK LAKE & LAKE IN THE WOODS (Douglas County): trout ‌ There have been no recent reports. Snow may be accumulating and making these lakes inaccessible soon. Last updated 11/29/23.‌ HOWARD PRAIRIE: trout‌ Howard Prairie is 35 percent full. Access for trailered boats is questionable, but small vessels have been seen putting in by the dam. Recent rain/snow might make launching a boat difficult in the mud near the dam. All Jackson County facilities are now gated and closed for the winter season.‌ Trout fishing should be good. Anglers fishing PowerBait from shore near the dam caught several trout recently. Howard was stocked with 5 to 6-inch fingerling rainbow trout recently, so anglers are encouraged to use caution and carefully release these undersized fish. Last updated 12/6/23.‌ HYATT LAKE: trout, largemouth bass ‌ Hyatt is currently 41 percent full and should provide good trout fishing opportunities. Some good-size trout were caught near the dam recently on chartreuse PowerBait and PowerBait eggs.‌ All BLM facilities are now closed, which effectively closes access for trailered boats. ‌ Anglers can fish from shore or from small boats and inflatables that can be launched from shore. Last updated 12/6/23.‌ ILLINOIS RIVER: trout, winter steelhead‌ The Illinois River is open to catch-and-release trout and winter steelhead fishing. Check the regulations for more information on the harvest of winter steelhead. No recent reports have been received but with all the rain winter steelhead should begin showing up around Briggs Creek soon if they are not there now. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ LAKE MARIE: rainbow trout, yellow perch‌ Still no recent reports from anglers at Lake Marie. Trout fishing at Lake Marie may be slow until it is restocked, but any holdover trout should be decent size. Anglers are encouraged to share reports. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ LAKE SELMAC (Selmac Lake): trout, largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie‌ Largemouth bass, bluegill and black crappie fishing is winding down. ‌ Lake Selmac has its share of non-native aquatic hitchhikers. Boat anglers are asked to do their part to remove as much vegetation as possible before leaving the ramp, as well as drain and dry their vessel before boating in another waterbody.‌ Please help stop the spread of Oregon's aquatic hitchhikers! Last updated 11/29/23.‌ LEMOLO RESERVOIR: brown trout, rainbow trout, kokanee‌ No recent reports and snow may limit access. Anglers should check road conditions with the Forest Service before heading to Lemolo.‌ Kokanee in Lemolo are considered trout and therefore fall under the daily limit for trout of five per day with only one of those measuring over 20-inches. Contact Lemolo Lake Resort at 541-643-0750 for weather/road conditions and additional information. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ LOST CREEK RESERVOIR: rainbow trout, landlocked spring chinook, bass‌ Lost Creek current elevation is about 1,815 feet and the current surface water has dropped to 50F degrees. The Takelma boat ramp is available for access by trailered boats, but periodic ice may make launching difficult as winter sets in. The county ramp at Joseph Stewart is usable as well.‌ Bank fishing near the dam was productive recently with rainbow, garlic Powerbait. Trout landed ranged from 12-18 inches. Some fish had copepods which can be scraped off and the fish is safe to eat after cooking properly. ‌ Effort has been surprisingly low. Both trout and bass fishing should be good. Trout fishing will be enhanced by the legal-size and larger trout that were stocked recently. Trolling for trout may be best bet. Wind drifting with worms may also produce trout. ‌ Anglers can get the latest reservoir details by calling the US Army Corps Lost Creek Lake and Applegate Reservoir projects information line at 1-800-472-2434. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ PACIFIC OCEAN AND BEACHES: bottomfish, surfperch, salmon‌ Fishing for bottom fish is open to all-depths year-round. The 2024 daily general marine fish bag limit is 5 fish with no retention of quillback or yelloweye rockfish. Retention of cabezon is closed until July 1. Anglers are reporting good catches of rockfish and lingcod near Charleston and Bandon when the ocean swells are small. ‌ Anglers may choose to fish the offshore longleader fishery outside of the 40-fathom regulatory line, which is open year-round. The longleader fishery daily bag limit is 12 fish made of only yellowtail, widow, canary, blue, deacon, redstripe, greenstripe, silvergray, chillipepper, and bocaccio rockfishes. No other rockfish or lingcod are allowed on an offshore longleader fishing trip. Find information about longleader setup and rules here.‌ Ocean swells have been big with lots of current lately. When ocean swells calm down anglers can find redtail surfperch along the ocean beaches like Horsfall Beach, Bullards Beach and near Cape Blanco. Surfperch anglers are also catching striped surfperch along rocky shorelines. Anglers have been catching surfperch when the ocean swells are calmer, using sand shrimp, mole crabs or artificial sand worms. Ready to try surfperch fishing? Here are some tips to get you started. Last updated 1/3/24. ‌ 2024 sport bottomfish seasons ‌ PLAT I RESERVOIR: trout‌ Conditions remain the same at Plat I. No recent report if Plat I is currently fishable. The reservoir can be pretty low this time of year and it can difficult to access fishable areas. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ ROGUE RIVER‌ Rogue River, lower: steelhead‌ Very few boat anglers, but bank fishing pressure has picked up. Bank anglers plunking Spin-n-Glos are regularly picking up steelhead. River conditions have been really good this year, as frequent storms are keeping flows up and steelhead on the bite. In general, the best time to catch steelhead is just after an increase in flow and as the water is starting to drop and clear.‌ Anglers are reminded that the Rogue has a new winter steelhead season structure that starts Dec. 1. Anglers can now retain wild steelhead starting Dec. 1, but they must be tagged on the new wild steelhead tag. Only 3 wild steelhead can be retained from Dec. 1, 2023 to April 30, 2024. Anglers are reminded to check the regulations in the particular area they are fishing prior to heading out, as start and end dates vary by zone. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ Plunking on the Rogue River (video)‌ Rogue River, middle: steelhead, trout‌ The current flow is 1,650 cfs, and the average river temperature has bumped up to the mid-40s F. Fish activity and movement should continue through the weekend with the increased river temperatures.‌ The middle Rogue above Hog Creek is closed to Chinook fishing.‌ Summer steelhead are spread out. Anglers are reporting spotty success. Pulling plugs or plunking are classic techniques that can get you into a fish. Target eddy and current seams and travel lanes on the inside corners to encounter migrating steelhead . ODFW has no reports of winter steelhead being caught in this section yet.‌ Current flow, temp and turbidity conditions for the Rogue can be found at the USGS stream gauges here, or checking the City of Grants Pass water page's river data here. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ Rogue River, upper: steelhead, trout‌ The release from Lost Creek Reservoir is 1,260 cfs and the temperature at release is 44F. Increased flow from Big Butte and Elk Creeks recently brought up fresh fish and also added some color to the river but that's subsiding now. Sporadic rain events forecast into next week should continue to do the same thing.‌ The focus on the upper Rogue continues to be summer steelhead and trout fishing. Movement into the hatchery picked up with the recent rain. Fishing plugs on the rise is a good tactic. Lures or flies can be productive as the river drops and clears. ‌ Anglers can call the Army Corps of Engineers at 800-472-2434 for an update on hatchery counts as well as flow and temperature information.‌ Gear restrictions changed on Nov 1. Make sure to check the Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations for each section of river before you head out. ‌ For up-to-date river levels, check all the USGS Rogue gauges here. Last updated 12/20/23.‌ Rogue River, above Lost Creek Reservoir: trout‌ Even though trout stocking has stopped for the year, the river upstream of Lost Creek remains a good place to fish for remaining stocked trout while enjoying fall colors. The incoming winter storm will likely lead to snow in the upper Rogue, but anglers should be in the clear downstream of Union Creek. Check the driving conditions on ODOT Trip Check before heading up. ‌ The Rogue and tributaries above Lost Creek Reservoir remain open year-round, with a daily retention limit of 5 trout (no limit on brook trout). Last updated 12/6/23.‌ SIXES RIVER: winter steelhead‌ Anglers are reminded that anglers fishing for steelhead in the Sixes are required to have the new wild steelhead validations. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ SMITH RIVER, Umpqua: Chinook, bass‌ No recent reports from the Smith. Steelhead fishing should be good now, but it may get murky this weekend with onset of rain. Nearly all steelhead on the Smith are wild-origin and therefore catch-and-release only, but a few hatchery fish are occasionally found. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ TENMILE LAKES/TENMILE CREEK: steelhead, trout, bass‌ Steelhead anglers have caught winter steelhead on Tenmile Creek in areas like Spinreel Park and the mouth of Eel Creek. Fishing a jig under a bobber is a good way to steelhead fish Tenmile Creek. Eel Creek is now open to steelhead fishing until April 30. ‌ Trout fishing in rivers and streams is closed until May 22. Trout fishing in the lakes is open year-round. Last updated 1/3/24. ‌ UMPQUA HIKE-IN LAKES AND FOREBAYS: trout‌ Hike-in lakes will be difficult to access with snow accumulation. No recent reports from any of the hike-in lakes, but those attempting should be prepared for winter conditions.‌ Anglers are encouraged to report their fishing trips to help guide future stocking rates. Last updated 11/29/23.‌ UMPQUA RIVER, MAINSTEM: Steelhead, surfperch, bass‌ Some winter steelhead have been being caught from Elkton to River Forks. Some anglers have reported success around the Cleveland Rapids area. The mainstem Umpqua should be in good condition but may get muddy from rain over the weekend.‌ Anglers that catch a hatchery steelhead are encouraged to donate the snout in collection barrels at Scott Creek, Sawyer's Public, Elkton, Osprey, and James Woods boat launches or the ODFW office in Roseburg. These snouts may contain a coded-wire tag that will help inform managers on the best release strategy to improve the program. Those who contribute snouts with coded-wire tags are entered into a monthly drawing for a gift card to Sportsman's Warehouse. ‌ There is NO HARVEST OF WILD SPRING CHINOOK in the Umpqua this year. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ UMPQUA RIVER, NORTH: steelhead‌ No recent reports, but some steelhead have been spotted moving up the North Umpqua. Fishing conditions should be good this week until another storm moves in over the weekend. If the river doesn't get too muddy, conditions will be good.‌ Anglers that catch a hatchery steelhead are encouraged to donate the snout at the ODFW office in Roseburg. Collection barrels will be deployed on the North soon. These snouts may contain a coded-wire tag that will help inform managers on the best release strategy to improve the program. Those who contribute snouts with coded-wire tags are entered into a monthly drawing for a gift card to Sportsman's Warehouse. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ UMPQUA RIVER, SOUTH: steelhead, bass ‌ Winter steelhead have started moving into the South Umpqua. Some fish are being caught between Canyonville and Myrtle Creek from recent reports. The South Umpqua may get muddy this weekend from rain but should be a good place to fish after the flows start to come down.‌ Anglers that catch a hatchery steelhead are encouraged to donate the snout at the ODFW office in Roseburg. Collection barrels will be deployed on the South soon. These snouts may contain a coded-wire tag that will help inform managers on the best release strategy to improve the program. Those who contribute snouts with coded-wire tags are entered into a monthly drawing for a gift card to Sportsman's Warehouse. Last updated 1/3/24.‌ WILLOW LAKE: rainbow trout, largemouth bass, black crappie, brown bullhead, yellow perch‌ Willow Lake offers fishing for trout and a variety of warmwater species in a beautiful setting. Willow is 41 percent full. Boat anglers have reported good success catching trout and yellow perch lately. Some of the trout have had copepods but as the reservoir rises expect the trout to disperse, which will lead to fewer copepods.‌ For more information on camping and day use please visit the Jackson County Parks website or call 541-774-8183. ‌ Anglers catching illegally introduced yellow perch are always encouraged to take as many of these as they want. This illegal introduction has only resulted in stunted perch and negative impacts to the bass and trout fishery in this lake and numerous others around the Southwest District. ‌ Anglers are reminded that using live fish as bait is prohibited. If you see someone transporting live fish from or into a waterbody, please get a photo and/or call OSP with this information. Last updated 11/29/23. ‌

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