Map of Long Valley Creek (near Sutherlin)

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Fishing Hot Spots near Long Valley Creek

  "Fishing below Big pool C.G. attractors #6- #10 with small #16- soft hackle or bead pheasant tails etc. Fish to 17". Hella rough walking ! No trail to speak of...." Salt Creek

  "Fishing by kayak I caught both Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch on spinner baits, plastics, crank baits and hollow body frogs. Plenty of bank access available. No motor..." Fords Pond

  "I fished this creek behind my uncles barn outside cottage grove yu can also fish under the bridge...." City Creek

  "There are actually too many brook trout in Crawfish Lake. They are so abundant they have severely stunted themselves. The ODFW has set no minimum length limit and..." Crawfish Lake

  "43 acres with a max depth of 27 acres, Fawn Lake is located east of Diamond Peak Wilderness, about midway between Odell and Crescent Lakes. This is a good hike-in..." Fawn Lake

  "Sharps is a small trout creek that flows into the Row River at Culp Creek. Total length is about 12 miles. Those 12 miles support great fishing for catch and keep..." Sharps Creek

  "Heavy wind and big waves keep most anglers away from this big reservoir but those who mange to fish it find a lake filled with suckers, northern pike minnow, nice..." Lookout Point Lake

  "This wild cutthroat creek supports decent fishing. Unlike most of the streams in the area, you can use bait as well as artificial flies and lures in Layng Creek...." Layng Creek

  "If you like northern pike minnows, you will love Dexter Reservoir. This reservoir is absolutely loaded! Legal rainbows are stocked annually and keep the fishing good...." Dexter Reservoir

  "It is not stocked, but Brice Creek still offers decent fishing thanks to a natural population of cutthroat trout. Most of the fish are in the lower creek, but a few are..." Brice Creek

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Long Valley Creek near Sutherlin

So you're interested in fishing Long Valley Creek. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Long Valley Creek. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Long Valley Creek enter the 43.409008 latitude, and -123.175072 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters