Fly Fishing The Nestucca River Oregon
This river forms in the Coast Mountains and flows for
fifty miles into the Pacific Ocean at Pacific City, Oregon.
It flows through several small towns on its way to
Nestucca Bay. It's one of the most productive steelhead
and salmon rivers on the coast of Oregon. It has both
winter and summer runs of steelhead, chinook salmon
and coastal cutthroat trout. The river is approximately
fifty miles long. It also has some wild coho salmon.
The Upper Nestucca is very different than what is shown
in the pictures we have of this river. It has long riffles
and runs with lots of ledges. Also, the water levels are
entirely different during the prime seasons. The river
levels have a lot to do with the numbers of fish, both
steelhead and salmon, that are found in the river.
The Nestucca River has a huge drainage that keeps the
river flowing when some others start to drop and stay
extremely clear. This river provides the conditions that
suit both the steelhead and the steelhead fishing. Its
flows remain strong.
Most of the prime fishing area on this river is found on
private property. The only public water is in the
headwaters of the river. Highway #101 and county road
#858 runs along the river.
The season is species dependent but last year-round.
Steelhead and Salmon are present during the winter.
There is a spring Chinook Salmon run.
There is a summer Steelhead run in May, June and Sept.
Sea Run Cutthroat and Salmon move into the river in
August through October
Fly Fishing Guide to the Nestucca River
There are a variety of techniques used for fly fishing the
Nestucca River for steelhead and salmon. (Click Here
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Recommended Tackle & Gear
7, 8 , 9 or 10 weight for appropriate type
rod, sinking, sinking tip and floating,
floating 5 or 6 weight fly line for cutts
10#, 12# in 9 to 15 feet lengths, 0X-5X in
71/2 to 9 foot lengths for cutts.
10# and 12# / 0X to 5X for cutts
Best Fly Rods:
Perfect Fly 7, 8, 9 and 10 ft. single hand
rods, and 5 or 6 weight rods for cutts
For 7 to 10 weight lines, or for 4 to 5
weight lines for cutts
Fly Floatants and Misc Items:
KISS Strike Indicators, Lanyards, etc.
Tools & Accessories:
Nippers, forceps, retractors, etc.
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