North coast fishing report

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North Coast ports continue to pump out good catches of coho, and an occasional Chinook. Newport, Pacific City and Garibaldi are all productive ports for coho with limits quite common when boats can get out.

An improving weather pattern this weekend should spur catches with peak season soon upon us.

Ocean crabbing is fair, but a large percentage of the keepers are on a soft-shell state. Bay crabbing is challenging for keepers as well.

Halibut fishing is only fair, but again, weather for the all-depth anglers has been challenging. There’s lots of quota left for the summer and fall seasons. Bottomfishing remains consistently good.

There are reports of albacore out of Newport, but given the weather and distance needed to travel, the fleet isn’t overly motivated just yet. That will change in the coming weeks however.

District rivers remain low and warm, keeping anglers from trying their hand at an already challenging summer steelhead return. Summer Chinook in the Nehalem should improve in the coming weeks however.
 

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