The Chetco Fished Well Monday and Tuesday

Chetco River - Brookings, OR (Curry County)


by Kenny Priest
3-6-2019
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The Chetco fished well Monday and Tuesday before the latest rain storm began according to Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. He said, “There are a mix of fresh and spawned out fish, and a few hatchery fish still around. Most guides are catching three to six fish a day. The river may blow out for a day or two but should be in good shape for the weekend.”
“The lower Rogue continues to fish very well for plunkers using Spin-N-Glos and boaters anchoring and running plugs,” said Martin. “Several guides limited out Sunday, Monday and Tuesday with big numbers of hatchery steelhead. A few early spring salmon also have been reported.”


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