Cast Away With Oregon Coast Fishing
Fishermen come from all over in search of Chinook salmon and Steelhead trout. Read on for spots to cast your line.
REEL ‘EM IN
First things first, remember your required fishing license!As a year-round activity, check in regularly on seasonal weather patterns and regulations prior to any fishing expedition. Any fish that will be released, such as Wild Steelhead, should not be removed from the water for picture taking or handling because it increases the risk of injury or death for the fish.
Fishing guidelines can be found on the United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s Fishing page.
Astoria’s East End Mooring Basin
Astoria Riverwalk, Astoria, OR, USA
Found off the Astoria Riverwalk, the East End Mooring Basin is a great boat launch spot for fishermen.
Hammond Marina Park, Main Avenue, Warrenton, OR, USA(503) 861-3197
In Warrenton, this popular boat launch allows multiple boats to get in and out quickly.
Photo by: Colin Murphey
Quatat Marine Park
Quatat Park, Oceanway Street, Seaside, OR, USA
A boat launch located in the heart of Seaside on the Necanicum River.
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Jetty Fishery Marina & RV Park
Jetty Fishery Marina & RV Park, U.S. 101, Rockaway Beach, OR, USA(503) 368-5746
Everything from boat rentals, boat launch, bait and a whole lot more in Nehalem Bay.
Photo by: @gregstaneruck
Kelly’s Brighton Marina
Kelly’s Brighton Marina LLC, U.S. 101, Rockaway Beach, OR, USA(503) 368-5745
Just north of Rockaway Beach, in Nehalem Bay, with bait and tackle, plus plenty of tips on where to catch the big one!
Photo by: @kellysbrightonmarina