Curious of the "range" of coho

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I am curious where along the willamette valley can we expect coho? Kind of curious to see my coho opportunities around eugene.
 
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Slim to none unfortunately, the furthest south I've heard of them being was the Santiams and until recentely the run was tiny.
 
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thanks beaver. looks like a drive for salmon at the moment LOL. I just remember living outside of roseburg and heading up to glide and the north umpqua for coho, just now i dunno how the run is on the north.
 
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I am curious where along the willamette valley can we expect coho? Kind of curious to see my coho opportunities around eugene.

The Siuslaw!!! If I lived in Eugene that is where I would go!

Probably not to much along the upper Willamette.
 
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siuslaw is the river that flows out into florence if im not mistaken. I am rerigging one of my poles with 15 lb powerpro braid that i will probably use for my salmon, downrigger rod. Should be fine for coho and steelies and a hell of a battle for chinook :-D
 

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