Awefull late for Clack/Eagle creek coho.
They are basically a September to mid October strain.
Can't imagine finding anything of any quality this time of year and trying to get them to bite is another story.
If you want quality coho you need to go to SW Washington and fish the late strain coho or some of the wild coho fisheries that are open in Washington or the Tahkenitch/Siltcoos wild coho fishery if it opens sometime after Nov. 7th.
I was just below the eagle creek hatchery on thursday and friday, and I noticed that the coho that were in the creek on thursday really got excited. It seems a tree fell across a powerline dropping it into the creek. This caused quite a stir as the fish that were there on thursday were long gone on friday. :smile: