- Sea-run cutthroat trout are well-distributed in coastal streams and rivers. Through September and October, look for them higher in rivers and streams where they will be feeding on salmon eggs, insects and crayfish. These rivers and streams close to trout fishing Oct. 31, so don’t miss out on this often overlooked fishery!
- Trout stocking resumes in several popular and accessible water bodies throughout the state. Many are stocked in time for the Labor Day holiday, but in some locations stocking can continue into October and November. Check the trout stocking schedules for specific locations.
- Fishing in eastside rivers and streams will improve as evenings start to cool down and daytime temperatures moderate –good conditions for both fish and anglers!
Oregon's Trout Species –identification and fishing tips
Trout Stocking Schedules and Maps – weekly trout stocking schedules and Google-based maps showing locations
Weekly Recreation Report – weekly update of fishing conditions for almost 200 water bodies across the state
Trout Fishing in Oregon – a brief how-to
Family Fishing Events – we’ll supply the gear, instruction and plenty of stocked rainbow trout to catch
- Easy Angling Oregon – 101 great places for newcomers and families to fish
- Easy Angling Central Oregon
- Annual Fishing Guide – describes access, regulation updates, best times of year to fish and tips and gear and techniques for rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs throughout the state. Covers trout, salmon, steelhead and warmwater species.
- 50 or so places to fish near: