Most promising steelhead waters within 2hrs of eugene?

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dancindanthefisherman

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Are there any really good fishing rivers for steelhead within two hours of eugene?
 
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Siuslaw, lake creek, umpqua, alsea, siletz, ten mile, millacoma, willamette, mckenzie, pretty much draw a 100 mile radius around eugene and most rivers will have steelhead at one part of the year.......
 
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Siuslaw, lake creek, umpqua, alsea, siletz, ten mile, millacoma, willamette, mckenzie, pretty much draw a 100 mile radius around eugene and most rivers will have steelhead at one part of the year.......

:lol: There you go! :clap:
 
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I would look in the fishing by location for the areas you would like to try to fish. Each individual river has a spot. Check out the reports for the rivers near you, when you find a place use the search function to search for threads. You will find tons and tons of information for all around your area.
 
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thanks for the replys. I normally fish the Alsea, siuslaw, lake creek, yachats, Elk, sixes, siletz, willamette, and mckenzie but have not had days where i have had multiple fish on in a day. Becides on the elk but that is so far away and i dont believe it is producing many steelhead yet.
 
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Are there any really good fishing rivers for steelhead within two hours of eugene?

I have good luck with Summers on the South Santiam. Early in April I start with jigs and latter in the summer it's corky and yarn or sand shrimp. Waterloo to Foster dam areas.
 
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