The Chronicle -

By Frank Armendariz
Outdoors Writer 

Late summer brings diverse mix of fish

 

August 29, 2019

Frank Armendariz

Florence's Matt Burdett landed an 18-pound dorado, along with plenty of tuna, about 30 miles west of Winchester.

At the top of this week's fishing report is "diversity" – as in, the many varieties of fish species that become available in the late summer to anglers in western Oregon.

Salmon, tuna, halibut, bass, trout and steelhead are all out there. It doesn't matter how you reach the water – on foot, pontoon boat, kayak, drift boat or power boat; whether you canoe or have a big offshore cuddy with all the electronics, it's time to go fishing.

It does take a little planning to take advantage of the bounty. Along with the multiple species, there are multiple and specific regulations for many indiv...



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