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Siletz River


The Siletz River is approximately 70 miles long and drains a good portion of the Oregon Coast Range between Newport and Lincoln City. Very little of this river is in public ownership, however, and abundance of boat ramps makes this river very fishable for boaters. Most people fish for salmon and steelhead in the fall and winter but, because this is one of the few coastal streams containing summer steelhead, some fishing occurs year around.



The Siletz River fishes best at 4-7 feet of depth (and dropping) measured at Siletz (800-3,100 cfs.)

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June 2017

Fish Species:
  Spring Chinook Salmon
  Steelhead
  Rainbow Trout
  Cutthroat Trout

Bug Species:
Various Caddis
Various Mayflies
Various Stoneflies

Fly Patterns
Metal Butt Skunk (Steelhead)
Bunny Matuka (Steelhead)
Gen. Practitioner (Steelhead)
Comet (Salmon)
Clouser Minnow (Salmon)
Leggy Stone (Trout)
Soft Hackle (Trout)
Lightening Bug (Trout)


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Hydroplots:

North Santiam


Siletz


Little N. Santiam


Nestucca Tides








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