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Fishing Report: 11/16/2022

We have some beautiful November weather here in Depoe Bay today and our 5-hour bottom fishing trip did excellent! Limits of ling cod for the whole boat and a ton of rockfish as well! The ocean conditions couldn't have been any nicer out there, with minimal swell and no wind today. We still have some availability this Saturday if you're looking to get out there and the ocean conditions look great!

We are also excited to announce we've been voted the #1 Best Charter Company in Lincoln County! All of us here at Dockside would like to thank everyone that came out with us this year, we wouldn't be here without you! We will continue to strive to be the best charter service out there!

Don't forget, the holidays are coming up and Dockside Gift Cards are perfect for those on your shopping list! Our Gift Cards never expire and can be used towards any trip! Give our office a call directly and we will get one out in the mail to you ASAP!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.

2022 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




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Nice ling today!


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Fishing Report: 11/09/2022

The ocean finally settled down after a stretch of stormy weather and the fishing is excellent today! Our boat has reported in limits of ling cod already for everyone on board and they're working on their rockfish! Crabbing still remains closed until Drcember 1st, but our 5-hour bottomfishing trips will leave ocean permitting all winter!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.

2022 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




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Nice one for Johnny today!


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Fishing Report: 11/03/2022

We've had lots of rough weather lately but we were able to sneak out today on a good and shirt weather window on our 5-hour bottom fishing trip! Turned out to be a good trip with a good catch of rockfish as well as ling cod in the mix as well. Ocean was a little cranky, leftover for the stormy weather we've had this last week. Looks to be a little stormy again for the next few days but mid-week next week looks great! Give our office a call or book online now... we are open and running trips all winter as long as the ocean is nice!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.

2022 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




  1. Gift Certificates Available. They are great for the Fishermen on your list!

Book your trip NOW!

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Tuna / Fishing Report Archive (Previous 200 Reports)