With so many fishing opportunities, finding the right information for your next (or first) Oregon steelhead adventure can be a pretty tricky task, which is why I wrote up this complete angler’s guide.
Surprisingly, there aren’t that many Salmon River fishing reports on the internet. But the ones that are out there are frequently updated, reliable, and contain a ton of helpful information and tips.
I found a few very detailed, helpful, and frequently updated reports, and I sincerely hope this article will help you prepare for your upcoming fishing adventure on the Cowlitz!
I’ve spent many hours going through all the available online fishing reports for the Columbia River so that you can get all the information you need for your next salmon or steelhead adventure!
Both juvenile and adult brook trout eat a large variety of aquatic and terrestrial insects. They also feed on small fish like minnows and shads. Cannibalism amongst brook trout is not very common but does occur.
While they can reach a maximum size of 30 inches and 15lb, the vast majority of brook trout will have a length of about 5 to 15 inches and a weight of 1 to 5lb.