Last chance for Oregon’s sea-run cutthroat trout

Fly fishermen who pursue sea run cutthroats should be aware that these wonderful fall days are coming to end very soon. The coastal streams are currently running low enough for sea runs to hold up, and the fish are starting to target salmon spawning areas to gobble up stray eggs.




Borden specials, Spruce patterns and egg patterns are continuing to be successful as this great fall weather continues. The long range forecast for the coming weekend looks good for some gray rainy days which keeps the sea-runs active all day. Meanwhile, let’s hope we can continue to enjoy these fantastic days. We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to fish for these special species. -LV

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