Sunday looks much better offshore, with winds out of the E up to 5 knots and S waves 2 feet at 5 seconds and W 8 feet at 13 seconds. Chetco/Elk/RogueA couple slides have prevented catch rates from busting wide open on the Chetco, reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. With off and on rain in the forecast, both rivers should fish well for the next few days. To monitor the latest Humboldt bar conditions, visit: www.wrh.noaa.gov/eka/swan. The dry weather will stick around through Saturday, with the next system arriving on Sunday according to Reginald Kennedy of Eureka’s National Weather Service. The Smith will likely be the only river in fishable shape this weekend following a series of wet storms forecasted to hit the North Coast starting Thursday afternoon. Recreational season will remain open under a warning to anglers not to eat the viscera of crab caught in the affected areas. The season was a good one, especially on the quick-clearing Smith, which had more fishable days than all of the other rivers combined. Get the most detailed reports from the lakes you fish. A series of rain storms moved across the North Coast earlier this week bringing sizable rises to the Chetco and Smith rivers on Tuesday. Commercial crab season to set to open Nov. 15 down south Smith River Very few winter steelhead were caught on any of the rivers, but that should change when they drop back down and turn green. Fly angling gear must include a strike indicator. After working over some big schools of kings from Eureka to north of Trinidad the previous week, it looks like they may have moved on to greener pastures. 20 seasonal, no more than 5 may be unclipped. South Fork Eel River. The early rains brought us quite a few fish, but they were too fresh,” Van Scoyk added. We caught a few salmon last week on the steelhead gear while side-drifting, and others running plugs in the typical salmon spots. Upper Trinity Sunday and Monday are looking dry, with the next chance of rain forecasted for Tuesday. To monitor the latest Humboldt bar conditions, visit: www.wrh.noaa.gov/eka/swan, Industry Notes “It has been too high for over a week. According to Steve Huber of Steve Huber’s Guide Service, fishing the past week on the upper Trinity has been a little tougher. Like any tidal fishery, the bite can be fickle. The rationale behind this according to the group is female salmon are being killed solely for their eggs since roe is the bait of choice for salmon fishermen. Rockfish seasons set to close Fishing pressure was heavy on Saturday, but fishing was still good. Detailed info about our lake of the week with a map and directions. The rockfish action was good at the Cape, but not wide-open like the halibut. With salmon on the slow side and favorable ocean conditions, boats opted for the Cape or back out to the Pacific halibut grounds. Cash not an option for fishing license purchase A total of 138 were counted this past week. We have a complete directory of all boats. According to Reginald Kennedy of Eureka’s National Weather Service, the next chance of rain will be Friday evening, with showers lingering into Saturday morning. Weekly Fishing Report. Friday’s forecast is calling for SW winds 15 to 25 knots, with waves SW 8 feet at 8 seconds and W 15 feet at 15 seconds. The majority of the boats are working the Junction City area where the pressure has been pretty heavy with the clear conditions. “The hatchery launch was crowded on Tuesday and fishing was just fair on the upper end. If the storms come to fruition, it will be a nice little break at the perfect time. The rain will return on Sunday, with another half to one inch predicted for the Smith and up to one and a half inches in Humboldt. You can search for a lake or body of water using the search box below. We don’t normally see the first real big push of steelhead arrive until right around Christmas time. We’re likely getting close to the end of the run, but we should know pretty quickly once the river drops back into shape late this weekend. Sunday is looking equally as bad, with winds out of the east up to 5 knots with west waves 14-feet at 16 seconds. Scores ranged from zero to two per boat, with lots more zero’s than two’s. Comprehensive information about fishing in Colorado. His folks took him out on the lake at Lakeside and he caught this 12-1/4 pound monster by Jigging minnow-style baits are no doubt something you need to have in your arsenal for ice fishing. Beginning January 1, 2017 the California Department of Fish and Wildlife will no longer accept cash at CDFW’s License and Revenue Branch and regional license counters. Cloud area. “Most guides were only getting a fish per boat, with a few guides getting a couple. There’s some really good signs around, so hopefully they’re still here,” added Klassen. With rain in the forecast for at least the next seven days, it could be a while before these rivers drop back down to fishable levels. The gear restrictions end Nov 4, which means we will be able to back-bounce, and run plugs without a bobber, or a single-point hook. The lings bit really well on Tuesday, with limits up to 28-pounds.”, TrinidadCurt Wilson of Wind Rose Charters and Tony Sepulveda of Shellback Sport Fishing both fished through some tough weather prior to Sunday. Current Fishing Reports and Fishing Videos 2021 (Ohio, Michigan, Indiana) Post Your Fishing Reports Here. There were a few bright fish between the North Fork and Social Security, and some fish between Loeb and Ice Box. The weekend forecast for offshore crabbing doesn’t look great. The forecast doesn’t look good for the weekend, but we’re hoping to get out Thursday and Friday,” Klassen added. By the time February rolled around, all the rivers were full of steelhead. and Craigs Creek to its confluence with Jones Creek; and the North Fork Smith at the Jedediah Smith State Park gauging station. We are starting to see the beginning of the winter run, but there aren’t a lot of fish in the system right now. The daily bag and possession limit is 1 Chinook salmon and no more than 5 wild Chinook salmon per year. Posted in Fishing Reports Posted on December 13, 2020 December 13, 2020 by Captain Chris Capt. From what I heard, the catching was very slow. The Oceans:Eureka“The salmon bite has been slow since the weekend when most boats got back on the water,” said Tim Klassen of Reel Steel Sport Fishing. Upper Trinity North Coast rivers are likely seeing the last of the late fall-run salmon push in this week as all of the rivers are back on the drop following last weekend’s storms. For an up-to-date weather forecast, visit www.weather.gov/eureka/ or https://www.windy.com. The forecast will likely change, so before you head out, check the marine forecast at www.wrh.noaa.gov/eka and click on the marine tab. (approximately 6 nautical miles south of the Klamath River mouth). Eel River salmon returns “This past week, we were getting one to four fish per trip. Rainfall totals for Thursday and Friday in the Smith basin could be up to three inches, with up to two inches falling in the Eel and Mad basins. Reminder: A North Coast Salmon Report Card is required to fish for salmon on the Smith River. Last updated 1/13/21. Individuals who want to make payments at CDFW’s License and Revenue Branch or a regional license counter can use checks, money orders, or any debit/credit card with the Visa or Mastercard logo. Still running at nearly 1,800 cfs, the Van Duzen still has a way to go before it comes back into shape. Fishing was better on the plugs this week with the colder water and clear conditions.”, Steve Malatesta of Watsonville landed a nice hatchery steelhead on a recent trip to the upper Trinity River. Idaho Fishing Reports Find local fishing reports on the following websites to keep you up-to-date on local fishing information. “Thursday’s system could drop up to a couple inches in the Smith basin and roughly an inch in Humboldt. You can also call the National Weather Service at (707) 443-7062 or the office on Woodley Island at (707) 443-6484. There’s been some steelhead caught already, and we typically see them start to show up in bigger numbers by mid-December. Off and on showers will continue on Saturday, with another 2 inches potentially hitting the ground. The low flow closure hotline for North Coast rivers is (707) 822-3164. With the ocean not being an option, quite a few pots were dropped in Humboldt Bay over the weekend. As of Wednesday, Saturday’s forecast is calling for south winds 5 to 10 knots with 15-foot waves at 16 seconds coming out of the west. The leader below the bobber or strike indicator must remain suspended in the water column and not resting on the river bottom. The reports are compiled by an outside contractor who receives the information from bait shops, marinas and fishing guides. A few fish were caught but not many. Here's how to fish them in the winter – and don’t be afraid to use them for all species. Upper Trinity That area was loaded with anchovies too. Saturday is calling for N winds 5 to 15 knots and waves out of the NW 6 feet at 8 seconds. (approximately 12 nautical miles off shore); and on the south, by 41°26’48” N. lat. That may help ease the pressure as the week goes on. Friday’s forecast is calling for winds out of the south 5 to 10 knots and 7 foot waves at 15 seconds. Fishing Reports and Forecasts June 16, 2020 | Agency Ohio offers many fantastic locations for the public to fish, including 124,000 acres of inland water, 7,000 miles of streams, 2.25 million acres of Lake Erie water, and 481 miles of the Ohio River. Smith River According to Mike Coopman of Mike Coopman’s Guide Service, the Smith is in great shape, and dropping slowly. Weekend Marine ForecastThe weekend forecast looks plenty fishable, and lighter winds and lower seas are expected late in the weekend and early next week. “We’re not seeing the jumbos yet, but the crabs are in great shape and really full. Chetco River You can also call the National Weather Service at (707) 443-7062 or the office on Woodley Island at (707) 443-6484. The weather has really turned cold this week reports Steve Huber of Steve Huber’s Guide Service. There were some nice bright kings on the lower end, near the North Fork, as well as near Ice Box. Eel River (South Fork)The South Fork was in great shape over the weekend and drew quite the crowd. The Elk fishes best during rainy periods. Photo courtesy of Fred Contaoi. Del Norte could see up to two inches of rain with this system and Humboldt could see a half to one and a half inches. Minimum flow: 600 cfs We’ll see another break on Friday morning, but more rain is predicted by Friday afternoon,” Kennedy added. The spotlight has — and will continue to be — squarely on the Smith River. With quite a bit of rain in the forecast, we should start seeing more fish move into the system,” Huber added. In the most recent status of the fishery survey of Hubbard, biologists caught very good numbers of walleyes, smallmouth bass, rock bass, and yellow perch, and decent numbers of northern pike. Making up that total is 167 males, 171 Females, and 52 jacks. These regulation change requests will be heard by the CA Fish and Game Commission on Dec. 7th and 8th in San Diego. Minimum flow: 320 cfs at the gauging station at Petrolia. Once the river turns green, we should see some really good fishing for both late kings and steelhead.”. Most of our action is coming on plugs, with the Maglip 3.0’s really working well. Creek. Sunday’s forecast is a little better, with winds out of the NW up to 5 knots and waves NW 5 feet at 8 seconds. The forecast for the next seven days is looking very wet according to Reginald Kennedy of Eureka’s National Weather Service. A few steelhead have already been reported. (approximately 2 nautical miles offshore), and on the south by 40°36’24” N. lat. The best ways to reduce risk are: Remove the crab viscera and rinse out the body cavity prior to cooking, or boil or steam whole crabs, instead of frying or broiling, and discard cooking liquids. lakes, and rivers including recent fish reports, current schedules and much much more! Find “Fishing the North Coast” on Facebook and fishingthenorthcoast.com for up-to-date fishing reports and North Coast river information. A few were caught this week, but overall, it was pretty slow. There were plenty of bank anglers taking advantage over the weekend but reports were hard to come by. (approximately 2 nautical miles south of the Eel River mouth). Boats are fishing both reefs, the Sisters, and around the lighthouse.”BrookingsThe salmon bite is back on out of Brookings, with a few fish right outside the mouth of the Chetco and bigger schools a couple miles offshore according to Andy Martin of Brookings Fishing Charters. More rain is forecasted for Monday, and showers are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday as well. And they just recently made a return appearance in Brookings. Update : NEW section added , see Slide Shows section, just below. “There are schools of salmon now milling around in the bay. Typically, the Elk and Sixes have a later run, so the bulk of the fish are likely still to come.”, Kyle McGill of Grants Pass, Ore., holds a 40-pound king he caught Oct. 25 on the Smith River with a 5.0 MagLip plug while fishing with guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. There are still some bright fish on the lower end, but above Ice Box there are salmon spawning in most of the tail outs. Eel River (main stem)The main stem is fishable and dropping quickly. The “no-cash policy” will hopefully improve customer and employee safety, department efficiency, customer service and provide cost savings. Without much rain this week, fishing on the Smith has gotten tougher as the river is low and clear. At the recommendation of state health agencies, the commercial Dungeness crab fishery will remain closed between Point Reyes and the Sonoma/Mendocino county line. The river should be on the drop the next two days, so I’d expect the fishing to be really good. The Rivers:Lower KlamathSalmon fishing in the estuary continues to be up and down. “The next system will roll through on Saturday afternoon and stick around overnight. According to guide Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, the Chetco first came into shape last Thursday afternoon, once it got down to 4,300 cfs. The Smith and Chetco will be the first to drop and clear, and the plunkers should arrive in force. The Eureka boats were back on the water in force on Sunday with high hopes. But don’t give up entirely on salmon just yet. Initial fishing reports by resort guides checking have been good. “With Ruth Lake full, it won’t drop as quickly. The weekend marine forecast is calling for winds 10 to 2 knots out of the SE on Saturday, with waves S 6 feet at 9 seconds and W 16 feet at 15 seconds. There are a few new salmon in the system and we’re starting to see a few Coho in some of the holes. A few were caught off the B Street Pier last Friday. Expect the color to improve significantly as the river drops.”. Eel The Chetco dropped to 4,820 cfs Tuesday evening and should fish well Wednesday afternoon through Saturday reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. “We started to see a few more jumbos this week along with plenty of legal sport size crabs. He said, “It should be fishable by Friday, but the water will still be on the high side. The forecast will likely change, so before you head out, check the marine forecast at www.wrh.noaa.gov/eka and click on the marine tab. Main Standard time begins at 2:00 a.m. Sunday It appears to be a game of hide-n-seek, with no one knowing which port they’ll pop up in next. mouth upstream approximately 1000 ft to the County Road (George Tyron) bridge Bobber angling gear must include a bobber and a leader no longer than 36 inches in length. The rain will return on Wednesday and Thursday of next week,” Kennedy added. Sunday is looking better, with SE winds 5 to 10 knots and NW waves 8 feet at 11 seconds. Founded in 1989, Coastwatch is the most respected source of Queensland & Northern NSW coastal leisure information and entertainment. Recreational crabbing in coastal waters from Tillamook Head along the northern coast to the California border was also temporarily shut down. Here are the results: Crescent City 29%; Trinidad 26.3%; Eureka 25.4%, and Bodega (Point Reyes Area) 25.6%. There’s a really good chance we’ll see heavier rain on Thursday with higher rainfall totals possible,” Kennedy added. We even caught a few halibut up to 77-pounds while rock fishing. The main stem is still big and dirty, but dropping quickly according to Paul Grundman of Grundmans Sporting Goods in Rio Dell. The updates come from a combination of creel clerks and other DNR staff around the state and reflect past fishing conditions over the last seven days. The lake’s largemouth bass population is considered moderate in numbers and excellent in size. Weekend weather and forecast The Chetco blew out on Sunday and will probably be too high to fish until the middle or even end of next week reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. It’s transition time on the Smith, with the majority of the salmon having made their way to the spawning grounds. Chetco River Tuesday will be a transition day with scattered showers not amounting to much. Update: Tracey John Hittel of Kitimat Lodge posted REPORTS for full month April 2020, see Past Fishing Reports webpage. “We’re in a transition stage where the older steelhead have started to move down to make room for the fresh ones coming up. Redding residents Paul Rother, right, along with his son Cody landed a nice pair of Smith River kings on Tuesday. The low flow closure hotline for North Coast rivers is (707) 822-3164. Sunday was surprisingly quiet, with only a handful of guides and private boaters. After last year’s domoic acid debacle, which delayed both sport and commercial openers, this is welcome news. The season is expected to re-open on Nov. 7. For more information, visit https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.ashx?DocumentID=117095&inline. Fishing » Fishing Reports » Fishing Reports All Regions Fishing Reports All Regions We know that fishing in Oklahoma can be good nearly all year round but the peak time for most species and anglers is March to June, which is when we require reports to be submitted. So, when the salmon bite turned off, boats headed west and continued the onslaught. Van Duzen River: Most of the rivers have already seen a few, but I expect they’ll start to show up in bigger numbers in the coming days. It’s not ready yet, but the ice is coming along nicely. Smith River And that’s if we don’t see any more rain. Tim Klassen of Reel Steel Sport Fishing is reporting excellent crabbing out of Eureka. There should be some hatchery fish from Loeb park down. The ocean was also calm enough to allow boats to make the long run south to the Cape, where the rockfish and lingcod have been patiently awaiting some company. Bass Fishing, Crappie Fishing, Professional Guide Angie Douthit at www.southfloridabassfishing.comLake Okeechobee fishing report for Jan., 2021 submitted by Capt. lakes, and rivers including recent fish reports, current schedules and much much more! There are indications that a bigger system is building for next Tuesday that could stick around through the week. As of Wednesday afternoon, the Smith was right around 10.5 feet on the Jed Smith gauge. The Sixes has been fishing well when conditions have been good according to Marin. Dungeness crab size and bag limits are now uniform statewide. It’s currently at running at just under 9.5 feet, ideal conditions are right around 7.5 feet,” Kelly added. “Nothing is wide open, but rockfish, lingcod, salmon and pacific halibut are all hitting the deck.”. There’s some uncertainty with this one but the Climate Prediction Center is predicting above normal precipitation from Jan. 24 through the 29th.”. For more info on the new regulations, visit https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.ashx?DocumentID=132266&inline, CDPH warns rec anglers to avoid consuming the viscera of Dungeness crab caught north of Point Reyes After dropping into shape last Friday, the Chetco took some of the boat pressure off the Smith, and pumped out some very big kings as well. Fishing slowed on Sunday. “The rains brought the Elk back to prime levels, and it will probably be the best bet for the Southern Oregon coastal rivers this weekend. But as you'll see here, fish are being caught. We’ve had these early rains plenty of years, and I don’t think it changes the length of the season at all. Redwood Creek: The low flow closure hotline for North Coast rivers is (707) 822-3164. All crab traps will be required to have a destruct device, must be marked with the GO ID number of the operator of the trap, and may not be deployed during the seven days prior to the opening of the Dungeness crab season. Fishing has been good on the lower Rogue for shore-based plunkers and boaters anchoring and running MagLip plugs, according to Martin. The weekend marine forecast is calling for winds 5 to 10 knots out of the N on Saturday, with waves W 12 feet at 16 seconds. Elk/Sixes The river is dropping fast, but there were signs of quite a few new fish below the North Fork Tuesday afternoon. “The rain will begin to fall Wednesday evening and will likely be with us through Friday. As they’ve all now dropped back into fishable shape, the question has become, “where are the fish?” Other than the Chetco, which is dealing with some slides, all the coastal rivers are some shade of green and fishable. Del Norte and Humboldt counties can be expecting two to three inches. We’ll see wide-spread showers on Sunday lasting through Tuesday, with most of the precipitation falling in the mountains. Sunday isn’t looking much better, with winds out of the south 5 to 10 knots and SW waves 6 feet at 9 seconds and NW 9 feet at 15 seconds. This will be a colder system, with snow levels dropping to 2,500 to 3,000 feet. “We can expect periods of light rain on Sunday turning into widespread showers in the evening. The Elk is low and clear according to Martin. Until then, low flow restrictions remain in effect. Ocean salmon closuresKlamathThe Klamath Control Zone will be closed the month of August for ocean sport salmon fishing. Congressman Huffman was able to squeeze in a half-day fishing trip while in Crescent City touring the Last Chance Grade. It’s likely we’ll see some lulls here and there, but my feeling is this year could be special.” Be prepared to work and spend some time on the river,” said Huber, McKinleyville resident Corey Allen landed a nice king salmon on a recent trip to the Smith River. Smith River salmon last Saturday while fishing with guide Mike Coopman. Before the Chetco blew out on Tuesday, salmon fishing had slowed reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. bridge. We could really use a good amount of rain to mix things up. The Humboldt rivers, including the Mad, Eel, and Van Duzen will need a little more time in between storms before they’re fishable. “The fishing was very good, but not red hot like we’ve seen,” said Klassen. Mattole River: The main stem of the Mattole River from the mouth to Honeydew Creek. Find out where the fish are biting, the best places to go and what baits and lures to use to The main stem Eel Smith River 976-TUNA Southern California Source from San Diego To San Francisco Fish Reports. Weekend weather and forecast The Chetco was down to 4,610 cfs on Tuesday night after cresting at 16,000 cfs on Friday reports Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. Get the latest fishing conditions, water flows, weather, maps, guides, and fishing access in California River downstream from the Bar Creek. Friday’s forecast is calling for W winds 5 to15 knots, with waves W 12 feet at 14 seconds. You can also call the National Weather Service at (707) 443-7062 or the office on Woodley Island at (707) 443-6484. Monday is looking dry at the moment, but periods of light rain are in the forecast for Tuesday. So it’s out with the kings and in with the widely-popular winter steelhead. Sunday is looking slightly improved, with N winds 10 to 20 knots and NW waves 6 feet at 5 seconds and NW 10 feet at 12 seconds. You can also call the National Weather Service at (707) 443-7062 or the office on Woodley Island at (707) 443-6484. The CDFW is holding a public meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. to solicit public comments on the proposed fishing closure alternatives for the 5.5-mile stretch above the Highway 44 Bridge to the Keswick Dam. Prime conditions drew lots of boats and bank anglers over the weekend, but the fishing wasn’t red hot. With the rivers dropping and turning green, the first wave of steelhead should begin to make an appearance. The forecast will likely change, so before you head out, check the marine forecast at www.wrh.noaa.gov/eka and click on the marine tab. Looking at the predictions, it probably won’t turn green until late next week at the earliest. (approximately 2 nautical miles north of the Eel River mouth), on the west by 124°21’24” W. long. You can also call the National Weather Service at (707) 443-7062 or the office on Woodley Island at (707) 443-6484. While the majority of the North Coast rivers are back on the rise following the rain earlier in the week, I’m wondering if anyone really cares? Van Duzen The meeting will be held at the Redding Public Library, 1100 Parkview Ave. CDFW is proposing multiple closure options to protect endangered winter-run Chinook, including a motor ban and a fly fishing-only regulation. Guides had a fish a rod early in the week before the bite stalled on Tuesday. Welcome to the most comprehensive website for Sportfishing in Washington. We’re definitely in a transition phase, which is fairly typical this time of year. In a press release issued earlier this week, the state agriculture officials in Oregon announced a delay to the start of the commercial Dungeness crabbing season statewide due to high levels of domoic acid found in some crabs’ flesh. With more rain coming late Friday, conditions for the weekend are looking marginal,” Coopman added. While very few winter steelhead have made their way into the rivers as of yet, you can almost bet we’ll see the first wave arrive when the rivers finally recede. As of Nov. 28, a total of 390 Chinook salmon have entered the Van Arsdale fish count station according to Scott L Harris, an associate Biologist with the Northern Region. I heard of salmon being caught right on the beach, and also out in 300 feet of water. The commercial crab will open from Point Reyes south on Nov. 15, but 60 miles of coastline will remain closed due to elevated levels of domoic acid. After a mere two-hour soak, the pots were pulled with roughly 15 keepers in each. A few guys did well, but ones and twos per trip was the norm. Anglers are reminded that from the power line crossing at RM 2.2 upstream to Nook Creek (RM 14) from Sept. 1 through Nov. 3, angling is restricted to fly angling and bobber angling only, with 1 single point hook. NOTE: The main stem Eel from the South Fork to Cape Horn Dam and the Mattole River will be closed until January 1, 2021. These will linger into Monday. After a brief break, the next round of storms are forecasted to roll through starting Thursday afternoon according to Reginald Kennedy of Eureka’s National Weather Service. Questions, comments and photos can be emailed to email@example.com. He said, “We had some pretty decent weather and people were able to look far and wide, but nothing really produced. I will be side-drifting, looking for early steelhead, along with running salmon plugs in some of the more likely salmon holes. As of Wednesday, flows were just above 8 feet on the Jed Smith gauge and are predicted to drop through the weekend. The northern California commercial Dungeness crab season is slated to open at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1, north of the Sonoma-Mendocino county line. According to Reginald Kennedy of Eureka’s National Weather Service, we’re still in the middle of a wet pattern, with off and on rain in the forecast for the next week. For more info, visit, Marine Forecast There should be a few kings around and some early steelhead in the mix as well. It’s a little far out there, but the models are showing a pretty wet system moving in next Thursday,” Kennedy added. Minimum flow: 200 cfs at the gauging station at the Highway 299 bridge. 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