The Umpqua River from the mouth to Scottsburg Bridge is open to wild coho salmon harvest Sept. 15 – Nov. 30. This marks the third year for a wild coho fishery on the Umpqua.

The bag limit is one wild coho daily and two season in aggregate with other rivers that have a two wild coho season limit. Those rivers include Coos, Coquille, Floras Creek, New River, Siuslaw, Alsea, Beaver Creek, Yaquina and Siletz.

For more detailed information on coastal wild coho fisheries, please see ODFW’s website at and click on fishing resources under the Fishing tab.

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