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Tillamook Bay - October 24th, 2005
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FISHING: Fair
October 24, 2005 Fishing report brought to you courtesy of Rob Russell, STS Magazine: It was a beautiful weekend in Tillamook County, though the fishing was generally slow. Only a handful of salmon entered the rivers after last week's rain while tidewater continued to fill up with fish and boats. There were a few good bites in Tillamook and Nestucca bays and a few fish caught in tidewater, but most boats went fishless. Tillamooks sloughs were holding a bunch of fish, but with crystal clear water, the fish were spooky and difficult. Nehalem Bay has slowed down considerably, but there are still some nice fish moving in. The Nehalem river is beginning to fill up with native silvers, but kings are few and far between.I fished the Nestucca and Wilson rivers this weekend, boating only 6 fish over three days. I never hooked a fish, but thankfully my clients got into a few. The Trask was very slow according to some reliable sources. So, for now, the bays and tidewater reaches are the best bet. Lets hope the coming rains will stir things up a bit! Thanks Rob for the update. Here is Dave and Tish with a 22# chinook taken on the Nestucca fishing with Rob Russell. Good fishing to all, Marilyn

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Tillamook Bay - October 17th, 2005
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FISHING: Good
Salmon fishing has been rough, but rewarding for those willing to work at it. There are plenty of Chinook and coho in all of our coastal rivers, but the bite has been sporadic at best. We fished the Nehalem Friday, the Wilson and Trask Saturday, and the Nestucca Sunday. We landed 11 out of 15 fish over those 3 days. All the rivers but the Trask had fish, but all were difficult because the fish were on the move, and rarely sitting still long enough to bite. Silvers greatly outnumbered kings on the Nehalem and Nestucca. Last night, as the sun was going down, we watched wave after wave of fresh salmon cruising up the Nestucca. A friend called me to report the same sight on the Wilson, and I heard this morning that the Nehalem silvers and kings were coming through in numbers that were reminiscent of Alaska. With rain in the coastal forecast for seven out of the next ten days, I recommend staying home and watching sports on the television and leave the fishing to me!

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Tillamook Bay - September 27th, 2005
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FISHING: Fair
Fishing report brought to you courtesy of Rob Russell, STS Magazine: Oregon's north coast estuaries are pulsing with big, bright salmon. Every river system from the Siletz to the Necanicum has fish. The Nehalem was slow over the weekend, but not due to lack of fish. Seals terrorized the upper tidewater reaches Friday and Saturday, and together with weak tides, made for slow fishing. Trollers seemed to be hooking the most fish. In Tillamook Bay, there were occasional bites from the South Jetty to Memaloose, and into the tidewater reaches of the Trask and Tillamook Rivers. The Nestucca Bay and tidewater saw some action over the weekend, but crowds of boats and bank anglers turned it into a zoo. Look for some good tides and hot bites this coming week and weekend. With a chance of rain in the forecast, there is little doubt that fresh fish will pour into all of the bays and rivers. Godo fishing to you all, Marilyn

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Tillamook Bay - September 21st, 2005
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FISHING: Great
September 21, 2005 Fishing report brought to you courtesy of Rob Russell, STS Magazine: Tillamook Salmon are in! Fish have been caught from Memaloose Point to the jaws. The South Jetty and Coast Guard tower have been the brightest spots, but some anglers are reporting fish all the way up to reach-of-tide in the Wilson, Trask and Tillamook Rivers. This is the traditional kick-off for tidewater fishing coast-wide. There have already been good reports streaming in from every north-coast river. Nehalem anglers report fish from Roy Creek to the jaws, with the town of Nehalem producing the most fish. On the Nestucca, fish are showing from Pacific City up to Hannemans. The Salmon River is seeing a few fish, and the Siletz has been strong for several weeks. The hard part now is deciding where to go. Good fishing to all, Marilyn

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