The bag limit will be two salmon, except closed to retention of coho, with a minimum size of 24-inches for Chinook and a minimum size of 20-inches for steelhead.
(Ocean salmon regulations begin each year on May 1. The season opening March 15 was set in April of last year.)
- Anglers fishing for salmon and all anglers fishing from boats with a salmon on board are limited to no more than 2 single point barbless hooks per line, and no more than one line per angler.
- It is unlawful to fish for or take and retain any legal species while possessing on board any species not allowed to be taken in that area at that time.
- Minimum lengths: Chinook = 24-inches, coho = 16-inches, steelhead = 20-inches, no minimum length for pink, chum or sockeye salmon in the ocean fishery.
- Refer to the 2019 Oregon Sportfishing Regulations for descriptions of special marine management areas including closed areas and additional restrictions.