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The Guides Forecast

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Tillamook has predictably slowed for Chinook. Stronger tides put most of the effort in the upper bay and catches have been fair, but Chinook catches have tapered compared to just a week ago.

Ocean coho catches have been good however, and in Tillamook and Nehalem Bays as well.

The Nestucca and Salmon Rivers are faring well right now, with the Salmon in peak season as of late. As the tides soften over the weekend, anglers will find it more challenging to catch Chinook.

The Alsea and Siletz are also underway, with fair catches this week. Savvy anglers will focus more of their efforts down lower as the tide exchange wanes. These systems are off to a fair start.

Seas should ease up over the weekend, just in time for anglers to take advantage of good ocean coho opportunities as well as expanded halibut and deep reef bottomfish too. Seas aren’t predicted to be flat calm, but doable for larger boats and more experienced captains.

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