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Old 06-13-2019, 02:55 PM   #1
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REPORTS ONLY: We all know that's not going to happen! Would like information for the upcoming coho season:


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0/0 today . No bite no road trip no boat ride .. maybe next weekend ! Getting excited thanks for starting this thread .
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So, you're not interested in chinook reports.
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So, you're not interested in chinook reports.

During coho season I will be targeting coho, so I'll be looking for coho reports.


You or anyone else so inclined are welcome to post Chinook reports.


Oh, and I'm also interested in tuna, halibut, and bottom fish reports, but probably not on this thread.
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Haha...no worries!
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I heard from a reliable source that the coho bite out of Mossyrock is white hot. Shore or boat!
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Old 06-18-2019, 12:14 PM   #7
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Who is fishing the opener?
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You might want to check the SSTs it was 47.25 out of Depoe on Saturday.
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Ill be out there. Probably going to grab our lings first thing then troll around the rest of the day.

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Can't make it Saturday, hopefully Sunday, Monday, Tuesday . . . its great being retired!




Will report back fish or no fish. Hopefully will find some good reports Saturday evening . . .
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Looking forward to my second Coho season in the great Pacific.

As a another post says Lings then Coho. I need clarification as we never needed to fish out too far last year, So, can Lings or rock fish be on-board while Coho fishing (with barbless) out PAST the 40 fathom line? The more I read on long-leader and seasons, I'm scared I'll have something on-board that's taboo. Lings aren't in the long leader list so do I have to go back to port and drop off my catch?

To all, a great and safe season!

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Looking forward to my second Coho season in the great Pacific.



As a another post says Lings then Coho. I need clarification as we never needed to fish out too far last year, So, can Lings or rock fish be on-board while Coho fishing (with barbless) out PAST the 40 fathom line? The more I read on long-leader and seasons, I'm scared I'll have something on-board that's taboo. Lings aren't in the long leader list so do I have to go back to port and drop off my catch?



To all, a great and safe season!



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Good question, I believe it is just like the barb rule, once you have fish on board that limit you to 40f (lings) you can no longer fish outside of 40f. Same for barbs, once you have salmon on board all fishing must be barbless. Hence the reason I am going for lings first.

If you want bottom fish the other option is the LL fishery first then troll for salmon out past 40f.

I plan to stay close, maybe up towards the lighthouse on saturday.

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Good question, I believe it is just like the barb rule, once you have fish on board that limit you to 40f (lings) you can no longer fish outside of 40f. Same for barbs, once you have salmon on board all fishing must be barbless. Hence the reason I am going for lings first.

If you want bottom fish the other option is the LL fishery first then troll for salmon out past 40f.

I plan to stay close, maybe up towards the lighthouse on saturday.

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Thanks for that fast response. The way you stated the ling THEN coho is the reason I got think'n. The way you described it is the way I read it. 40f is the magical line. Last year, we had coho, chinook, sharks, porpoises all within 40f. I do want to be able to say I've been out that far but why if not needed. Have a great Saturday, we'll be in Sunriver but soon, very soon.
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You might want to check the SSTs it was 47.25 out of Depoe on Saturday.

I looked at recent sea surface temperature at the link below.

I do best for coho in water that is 53 to 56 degrees F. so based on the map the coho will be mostly in the light blue colored area which is outside the Rockpile. I could be wrong and maybe the coho will be in close in the cold water, but that is not the usual situation.


While the cold water might put most coho out of reach for now, all the upwelling is great for ocean productivity and the coho and other fish should benefit greatly.

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Old 06-19-2019, 05:12 AM   #16
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We did a troll yesterday outside of Depoe about 8 miles. Water temp was 49.5 and looked fishy. We found great bait and bird piles, but nobody was around. We were targeting chinook, but didn't find anything of either species.

Picked up some ling/bass on the way in.
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We did a troll yesterday outside of Depoe about 8 miles. Water temp was 49.5 and looked fishy. We found great bait and bird piles, but nobody was around. We were targeting chinook, but didn't find anything of either species.

Picked up some ling/bass on the way in.
Thanks for the report. Sorry to hear that no salmon were around, but glad to hear of bait and fishy water.
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Fished Sunday out of Newport for bottomfish and decided to try for a chinook on the way back to port. Trolled for 30 minutes in 60 FOW and had two takedowns and one native coho released. Water temp was 46 degrees.
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Fished Sunday out of Newport for bottomfish and decided to try for a chinook on the way back to port. Trolled for 30 minutes in 60 FOW and had two takedowns and one native coho released. Water temp was 46 degrees.



Good Report!


Were you South of the jetties?
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Were you South of the jetties?
Yep, south but maybe a half mile at most. Pro Troll and a hoochie with a chunk of herring.
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tried for coho today- got none- but got three nice chinook north of the pile trying for coho- couple of 12 lbs, and a 20lb
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tried for coho today- got none- but got three nice chinook north of the pile trying for coho- couple of 12 lbs, and a 20lb


Sounds like a good day to me, thanks for the report.
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tried for coho today- got none- but got three nice chinook north of the pile trying for coho- couple of 12 lbs, and a 20lb
Congrats! 3 chinook is much better than limits of coho, especially on the first day of the coho season when they are still little. Thanks for the encouraging report.
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Good catch! How deep were you fishing if you don't mind me asking?
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tried for coho today- got none- but got three nice chinook north of the pile trying for coho- couple of 12 lbs, and a 20lb
Chinook report not allowed here. Only coho. According to OP.

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Chinook report not allowed here. Only coho. According to OP.

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I think if you go back and look the OP stated:


You or anyone else so inclined are welcome to post Chinook reports.


Thanks for the report salmonfever! Its nice to know that even though you were trying for Coho you caught Chinook.
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Good catch! How deep were you fishing if you don't mind me asking?

We did not put out the downriggers- were fishing divers at about 18 pulls
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We did not put out the downriggers- were fishing divers at about 18 pulls


I bet that 20 pounder peeled some line!
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Not really a report but hope it helps. Running out for halibut yesterday we crossed the SW pile. Lots of bait and lots of birds working on the closure boundary area. If we would have got our halibut early enough, we would have returned to there and worked just outside the line. I have no doubt there were salmon there.
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Can't make it Saturday, hopefully Sunday, Monday, Tuesday . . . its great being retired!




Will report back fish or no fish. Hopefully will find some good reports Saturday evening . . .

Had to change plans for Sunday, will be going Monday and possibly Tuesday for Coho. Then Thursday if we have success Monday and Tuesday.


Hopefully we'll get into the fish!
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Slow bite for us today south off the tips down to seal rock. Stopped trolling and picked up limits of bottom fish and run up north off yhe light house and found better coho fishing there-- 180 to 210 fow. Fish were up on top.
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Towed a Hoochie and diver around all weekend, 12 pulls/150 fow, from Seal rock to the lighthouse, no hits. Switched out to a flasher/herring; still no love. Water temp was 51-52 South and got much colder 48 as you got further North.


Next time I'm following hoghauler... maybe some of his good fortune will rub off on me!

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Went out of Newport. Trolled West until 160 feet of water and then made a right turn. Continued at 160 feet until we were almost even with the light house. We hooked a crab float that was out of sight we managed to get it near the surface. Broke off from the crab float and only lost one hook. Headed West again from the light house and finally bagged it and went bottom fishing after reaching about 200 FOW.


Talked to several people with the same results as us. 0/0.


Decided not to go tomorrow. Will wait for some good reports.
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Went out of Newport. Trolled West until 160 feet of water and then made a right turn. Continued at 160 feet until we were almost even with the light house. We hooked a crab float that was out of sight we managed to get it near the surface. Broke off from the crab float and only lost one hook. Headed West again from the light house and finally bagged it and went bottom fishing after reaching about 200 FOW.


Talked to several people with the same results as us. 0/0.


Decided not to go tomorrow. Will wait for some good reports.


Hoochie, cut plug?
Dr or divers?
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Well shoot, it looked like Thursday would be worth a quick run up north. Now I am uncertain!
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Fished out of Newport Sunday till 1pm. Ocean started a little choppy but smoothed out probably around 10. Seven takedowns, only boated two. One Coho and one Nook . Straight across from lighthouse, sweet spot seemed to be at 185' depth, divers to about 20ft. Nook was stuffed full of large herring.
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Thanks for the reports everyone

We might give it a try tomorrow
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Fished today with the whole family! Was such a great time as the ocean was very flat and fishy too! We were heading out to the N Rockpile, via the Light House area. Saw several people fishing in 48.7 degree water and thought it to be too cold, but maybe just one pass?

We made the first pass and put a little coho in the box. Turned around to get another couple of bites and a nice 12 lb chinook. Both right up on the surface at about 22 pulls with 4-6 oz of lead.

We started to notice a bit of a rip current with some kelpy garbage and birds, so we decided to chase this as far as possible. This turned out to be a great idea with multiple nates released and then another coho in the box. We missed a ton of short biters on this slick.

Finally one of my kids was getting to not feeling so good, so we decided to make the day good and just head back in. She said - no problem 30 more minutes so of course............. ........ we were going straight in toward shore and I was putting one rod down on a downrigger as the bite had died considerably. I let the line out behind the boat and was reaching out to clip it on the ball but the line was pulling so hard I couldn't get it in the clip..........yep you guessed.......... thought the flasher was twisted so I pulled real hard once hoping to get it untangled .....ZIP! Line started burning off so fast that I figured it had to be a shark. Pulled off 3/4 of a spool of line and then turned to the boat. I kept telling the kids it was not a salmon, but my boy stayed close with the net and that was a good call! Not a massive fish, but probably 18 pounds and FAT!

We pulled the plug and ran in before we got any other complaints! Beautiful ocean, wonderful day, great family moment and the fish were a bonus!
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Fished today with the whole family! Was such a great time as the ocean was very flat and fishy too! We were heading out to the N Rockpile, via the Light House area. Saw several people fishing in 48.7 degree water and thought it to be too cold, but maybe just one pass?

We made the first pass and put a little coho in the box. Turned around to get another couple of bites and a nice 12 lb chinook. Both right up on the surface at about 22 pulls with 4-6 oz of lead.

We started to notice a bit of a rip current with some kelpy garbage and birds, so we decided to chase this as far as possible. This turned out to be a great idea with multiple nates released and then another coho in the box. We missed a ton of short biters on this slick.

Finally one of my kids was getting to not feeling so good, so we decided to make the day good and just head back in. She said - no problem 30 more minutes so of course............. ........ we were going straight in toward shore and I was putting one rod down on a downrigger as the bite had died considerably. I let the line out behind the boat and was reaching out to clip it on the ball but the line was pulling so hard I couldn't get it in the clip..........yep you guessed.......... thought the flasher was twisted so I pulled real hard once hoping to get it untangled .....ZIP! Line started burning off so fast that I figured it had to be a shark. Pulled off 3/4 of a spool of line and then turned to the boat. I kept telling the kids it was not a salmon, but my boy stayed close with the net and that was a good call! Not a massive fish, but probably 18 pounds and FAT!

We pulled the plug and ran in before we got any other complaints! Beautiful ocean, wonderful day, great family moment and the fish were a bonus!

Nice report, what was your depth? Thanks
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Reading through reports it’s looking like a halibut salmon run kind of weekend!
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150-175 feet. I think they were catching them deeper also, but we did not make it that far out.
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Got the OK from my Doctor to do a little fishing on a calm ocean. Looked like Tuesday (6/25) was going to be one of those days. Decided from all of the not so good of reports that we (4POB) would head for the NRP. We got out there and noticed a good S wind which added some chop. As it went it got more and more sloppy out there. There was a break on the water temp about half way out near the weather buoy about 51 degrees. The temps where we were fishing on the RP were between 55 and 56 degrees. Water was clear and blue. We fished between 2 commercial boats and 3 sporties. We used cut plug herring, different colored hoochies and we fished between 15 and 20 pulls, one rod was in a DR at 75ft. The troll was difficult as the wind picked up. We had no take downs and as it got sloppier we decided to make a break for inside halibut. We pulled in to one of our better halibut spots. The water temp was 48 degrees and the water was a murkey brown. We made one long drift and picked up one skate. Nothing down there for us. We moved to another good spot south of the light house and just in from the 40 line. It wasn't a producer either after 2 passes we decided that we would go get some bottom fish. The south wind had picked up by then but the drift wasn't bad just sashayed to much and had to have the kicker running. After a short time we all called it quits. I could tell I over did it a little and took it easy cleaning the boat out, left it up to the crew. Over all it was a great day to get out. A little bumpy and no fish but it was nice to get out and test my body. After thinking it was going to be months before I got out, I see that a few more weeks of exercise, building my strength up I should be ready for the next all depth halibut.
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Old 06-26-2019, 07:42 AM   #45
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Alan, I am sure you got out and survived.

That was quite a run for a recovery test trip.
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Kingkiller: I saw your skate from a distance... I thought that it was oddly shaped for a halibut. Nice to see that you are back at it!



My son and I fished off the lighthouse yesterday; it was 250 fow until we found 55-56 degrees. We found silver, but too many fins!


Even better luck was had by a group that fished the lighthouse in 140 fow. They had released 12 wild coho and found 2 nice chinook! Hoochies tipped with herring; shallow.
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FYI Fished at north end of pile from 50-100' , release one finned coho but boated 5 chinooks all on cut plugs.
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Got an email from a friend who fished out of Newport yesterday and he said:


Chatted with the ODFW checker at the launch ramp when came in . She had only seen 2 salmon over the weekend but she was checking party boats . She also said the other checkers had seen very few.


Planning on trying it again Saturday or Sunday.
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we caught more than that on my boat on Sat. I did not see any sign of a fish checker when we came in around 1pm
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Well we tried inshore butts with no luck, then North end of the rock pile with no luck.

Made it back inside 200' of water and found rips, birds and chinooks.

Lots of short bites and put 2 in the box and one small guy back.

Both of them had 3 purple sized herring.

Amazing ocean and weather yesterday!!
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I was kind of hoping the inshore would pick back up again. It just died for us and everyone else that I knew that was put there last week.
We couldn’t stay down with 64s outside the big rip.

I was planning on Sat. to go the same path you did, maybe I will stay inside, thanks

How big were your chinooks? Congrats
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I was kind of hoping the inshore would pick back up again. It just died for us and everyone else that I knew that was put there last week.
We couldn’t stay down with 64s outside the big rip.

I was planning on Sat. to go the same path you did, maybe I will stay inside, thanks

How big were your chinooks? Congrats
Nothing big

If i was to guess the biggest was maybe 14lbs and 10lbs on the other.

Here is a long armed picture of the biggest, This guys first time on the ocean and first ocean fish

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Nice one !
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I am jealous
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I'm going to give it a go out of Newport on Saturday; first trip out this year! Hope to be able to post a good report but we will see.
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I'm going to give it a go out of Newport on Saturday; first trip out this year! Hope to be able to post a good report but we will see.


Do you know if Saturday is an all depth halibut day?


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Awesome reports!! I'm finally getting my second opportunity to hit the salt for my second trip on 7/3 (providing conditions are good). Taking a buddy of mine from Missouri with hopes of filling the boat with limits(I know, great expectations can lead to disappointment, lol). Looking for clarification, of I understand the regs correctly, we should put rock fish/lingcod in the boat first with normal gear for targeting them and then switch over to barbless gear to target coho as long as we stay inside the 40f line, correct? I know it would be a lot in a day, but would it be worth while to try inshore halibut as well? If so, and being a newbie to halibut fishing, would anyone be willing to offer any tips for targeting them? Thanks guys and good luck out there!

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Deleted, Sorry I really thought you were out salmon fishing and wouldn't see that one until later.

Can't put up reports if we are sitting at the computer. Go wet a line.
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Sorry SpinnerMan. I'll definitely post up a report after my trip.

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