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By Frank Armendariz
FOR THE CHRONICLE 

Fall storms sink any fishing success

 

October 24, 2019

FRANK ARMENDARIZ/ THE CHRONICLE

Jacob King of Eugene enjoys surf fi shing, a year- round opportunity in Oregon. Here, a 2.5-foot surf was good enough to turn out a few surf anglers; the next day, the surf grew to near seven feet.

About every condition that works against angling success is at the top of this week's fishing report. No way to flower this up, folks, but a series of fall storms that began to reach the Lane County coast early last week just flat-out shut down most of the fishing opportunities from west to east. The wind and rain at the coast and in the valley, plus snow in the Cascades, made fishing and travel difficult at best. But the bad weather has passed and a forecasted dry spell is on the way.

Last week, a 20-foot sea and waves to 25 feet crashed onto central Oregon beaches and jetties, making beac...



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