Cooper Creek Reservoir Fishing Report
Cooper Creek Reservoir - Sutherlin, OR (Douglas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Trout fishing can slow as we head into winter. Some anglers are having success on warmer days, and a recent report indicates decent fishing with the anglers even catching a few juvenile coho and Chinook.
In the last two years, Cooper has been stocked with coho and Chinook salmon juveniles. These are often mistaken for kokanee. Anglers may retain up to 5 salmon juveniles in the reservoir as part of their daily trout bag limit. Please remember to release salmon and trout less than 8-inches.
Warmwater fishing should still be good as well. Try fishing for bass around aquatic vegetation in the mid-morning and late afternoon hours.
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OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, January 23rd
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Diamond Lake: Stocked with Tiger and Brown Trout.
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Dog Lake: Perch Fishing has Been Fair Recently.
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