Oregon Fish Species

Common Oregon Fish Species Questions

What type of fish does Oregon have?

Oregon boasts a diverse array of fish species, including Chinook salmon, steelhead trout, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, and more. At Ocean Obsession Guide Service, we specialize in targeting these coveted fish species, offering expert guidance and thrilling fishing experiences for anglers seeking to reel in their prized catches in the abundant waters of Oregon.

How many species of fish are in Oregon?

Oregon is home to over 300 species of fish, making it a haven for anglers seeking diverse fishing opportunities. At Ocean Obsession Guide Service, we cater to the abundance of fish species found in Oregon's waters, providing expert guidance and personalized fishing experiences to target a wide range of prized catches, ensuring an unforgettable adventure for every angler.

What kind of fish do you catch on the Oregon coast?

The Oregon coast offers a variety of fish species for anglers to target, including Chinook salmon, coho salmon, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, Dungeness crab, and more. At Ocean Obsession Guide Service, we specialize in coastal fishing charters, harnessing our expertise and knowledge of the area to provide thrilling opportunities to catch these prized fish species, ensuring a memorable and rewarding fishing experience for our clients.

A Ocean Obsession Guide Service Fishing Charter targets the top Oregon Fish species including Halibut (Atlantic Halibut, Pacific Halobut), Lingcod, Rockfish, Salmon (Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon), Albacore Tuna. We primarily Fish the Pacific Ocean, Coos Bay, Umpqua River, Tahkenitch Lake, Tahkenitch Creek, Eel Creek, Eel Lake, Clear Lake, Horsfall Lake, Threemile Lake, Sandpoint Lake, Beale Lake, Saunders Lake, Elbow Lake, Lake Marie, Snag Lake, Bluebill Lake, Lake Edna, Carter Lake, Teal Lake, Perkins Lake, Hall Lake, Butterfly Lake, Crown Z Lake, Butterfield Lake, Lost Lake, Shuttpelz Lake.