Umpqua River

Summary

The Umpqua boasts populations of spring and fall chinook salmon, coho salmon, and summer and winter steelhead.

Native Species

  • Coho Salmon [ESA Listed]
  • Fall Chinook Salmon
  • spring-chinook-salmon
  • summer-steelhead
  • Winter Steelhead
  • Umpqua Chub
  • Pacific Lamprey

The Umpqua River is approximately 111 miles long and reaches the Pacific Ocean near the town of Reesport, Oregon, and is formed from the larger named tributaries including the North Umpqua and South Umpqua rivers that start high in the Cascade Range.

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