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 Oregon Parks and Recreation Department: Planning Site Specific Ocean Shore Maps
Alsea River to Starr Creek (2) and Starr Creek to Cape Perpetua
Sutton Creek to Siuslaw River and Siuslaw River to Siltcoos River (1) *
Siluslaw River to Siltcoose River (3) and Siltcoose River to Tahkenitch Creek (1) *
www.oregon.gov /OPRD/PLANS/OSMP_indvmaps.shtml   (459 words)

  
 Fiedorowicz: Results (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Bridges crossing the Necanicum River suffered the greatest damage from the 1964 tsunami runup, although areas along the river were also flooded and inundated by drift debris.
Necanicum River mouth to 12th Avenue (Figure 7) Near the mouth of the Necanicum River, SSN 871, 870, and 863 document the 1964 event within the northwestern bank (Figure 11).
Three general trends are evident in the Necanicum River wetlands for the 1964 event: 1) shallow sand layer thickness decreases to the south, and the deposits eventually become non-existent in the area near the old hospital (Ave.
nwdata.geol.pdx.edu.cob-web.org:8888 /Thesis/FullText/1997/Fiedorowicz/Results.html   (7615 words)

  
 Oregon news
The Klamath River is the source of the entire economic and social disaster that now stretches hundreds of miles along the Oregon and California coasts.
The river's problems are obvious: too much water diverted for irrigation and other uses, too many dams blocking salmon from spawning habitat, too much fish-killing bacteria and algae.
The upper Nehalem River is an example of a local river that appears to have a healthy resident population although it likely contains anadromous components also.
clackamasrivertu.org /oregonnews.html   (1979 words)

  
 Fiedorowicz: Discussion
Reported observations of the 1964 tsunami runup in Seaside indicate that local amplification occurred in the Necanicum estuary (Venice Park), immediately south of the Necanicum River mouth, south of the G Street bridge crossing Neacoxie Creek, and south of the HWY.
The study by Rankin (1983) and the cobble locality mapping for this thesis established that the cobble ridges are extensive throughout the southern portion of Seaside and gradually thin to the north.
If the Necanicum River was not mapped, it would have had to establish itself within the interval between the exploration by Lewis and Clark and the appearance of the first settlers (less than 100 years).
nwdata.geol.pdx.edu /Thesis/FullText/1997/Fiedorowicz/Discussion.html   (7011 words)

  
 Newport News-Times: Recreation Report Northwest Zone
Necanicum River: The river is dropping and clearing.
Salmon River: Falling river levels and improved water clarity will continue to provide anglers with good fishing opportunities this week throughout the basin with fair to good catch rates.
Siletz River: Falling river levels and improved water clarity will continue to provide anglers with good fishing opportunities this week throughout the Siletz River basin with good to very good catch rates.
www.newportnewstimes.com /articles/2006/01/30/sports/sports06.txt   (1033 words)

  
 Welcome to the Inn at Arch Cape
The major nearby stream is the Necanicum River, with good runs of winter steelhead, sea-run cutthroat trout and Chinook and Silver Salmon.
The other major river system in the area is the Nehalem, the main river, the North Fork and the semi-wilderness tributary, the Salmonberry River, which is accessed via hiking a Railroad track into a valley.
Nehalem River area is accessible approximately 20 miles South or 20 miles East of the Junction of Hwys.
www.innatarchcape.com /activities-fishing.htm   (306 words)

  
 History
The history of Seaside is connected with the discovery and development of the Columbia River.
The river was first sited in 1775 by the Spanish navigator Bruno de Hezeta (aka Heceta) who mistook the estuary for an inland bay, although it's seething currents reminded him that "it may be the mouth of some great river or some passage to another sea." He did not attempt to enter.
After a fire destroyed the commercial center of Seaside east of the Necanicum River in 1912, the center of Seaside started to grow along Broadway.
www.seasideor.com /contents/en-us/d29.html   (1430 words)

  
 1940 Oregon Coast Tour: Seaside to Bay City
Some came down the Columbia to a landing point on the Skipanon River, near Astoria, where they were met by beautifully equipped stage coaches for the last leg of their journey.
Sharp declivities, now denuded of spruce, cedar, and hemlock, indicate the site of former high-line logging, which is characterized by the network of cables, blocks, and guy lines strung from spars (trees denuded of limbs), along which logs are pulled by donkey engines from one ridge to the other.
Grazing in meadows yellow with buttercups are the cows that produce milk for the cheese kitchens, where cream cheese is made and placed in long rows of shelves in the cooling rooms to mellow.
arcweb.sos.state.or.us /exhibits/coast/seaside.html   (1564 words)

  
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The Necanicum is open to steelhead angling through March 31, downstream of the Highway 53 Bridge at Necanicum Junction.
Anglers on the Nestucca and Three Rivers may be interviewed this year by a uniformed ODFW employee as part of a “creel” survey designed to examine the contribution of the new wild broodstock hatchery program to the fishery.
Nestucca River Road parallels the upper Nestucca River, beginning at Beaver and continuing upstream to the angling deadline at Elk Creek.
ekoncepts.com /articles/northwest.html   (2204 words)

  
 Water and Woods: Forums / Oregon / Northwest Zone 04-04-05
The river is higher than desired and should drop into shape when the rain slows down.
NECANICUM RIVER : Winter steelhead fishing is fair.
The river was high and muddy over the weekend, but should drop into shape by mid—week.
waterandwoods.net /forum_viewtopic.php?86.2467   (1081 words)

  
 Idaho Fishing: Necanicum River Fishing Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
NECANICUM RIVER: Chinook and a few early winter steelhead are available.
Necanicum River: This small stream offers fall Chinook salmon fishing along with steelhead and sea-run cutthroat trout.
Chinook are in the river from late October or early November to around Thanksgiving, peaking in mid-November.
www.anglerguide.com /idaho/index.cfm?TR_ID=233   (119 words)

  
 Seaside's Historic Past   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Necanicum River, draining the south Clatsop region, nurtured groves of fir, spruce and pine, a rich groundcover including salal, kinnikinnik, wapato and camass, interspersed with meadows and berry thickets.
Here, where the Necanicum empties into the Pacific, massive boulders and rocks identify the terminal moraine of ancient Necanicum Glacier that formed the canyon of the river and merged with the Pacific in this area.
Although the discovery and settlement of the Columbia River ultimately scattered and decimated the Native Americans, they are ingrained in the region's development.
www.visitseaside.org /contents/en-us/d2.html   (6904 words)

  
 High Water Steelheading
During the worst of the high water, Buzz Ramsey and I fished Oregon's Necanicum, Kilchis and Trask rivers, each of which was high, wild, and chocolate brown.
We first fished the Necanicum River and I was excited as we headed downriver.
By fishing a couple of days ahead of what is considered fishable, you'll have little competition, the rivers should be full of fresh, unmolested steelhead, and if you use the proper tackle and techniques -- and have faith -- you, too, can learn to catch steelhead in high, powerful, muddy water.
www.finefishing.com /1freshfish/aaspecies/steelheadstriper/parkhigh.htm   (1281 words)

  
 tsunami1964
The remains of the 4th Avenue Bridge are along the east bank of the river, while the barren pilings stand in the river beyond, with the 12th Avenue Bridge in the distance.
This large fragment of the 4th Avenue Bridge probably was lodged beneath the 1st Avenue Bridge earlier, as shown in 64seas3: Lumber has been swept against a large shrub on the upper bank on right, indicating that water was nearly to the barrel in the McCready Lumber Yard at the top of the bank.
An eye-witness observed a 4 to 5 ft bore come up the foam-covered river, strike the main beams of the bridge, and tear the structure from its pilings to the sound of loud “eggshells cracking” as the timbers split.
www.cityofseaside.us /html/tsunami1964_4.html   (133 words)

  
 Oregon Fishing Reports: Rogue River Fishing Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
ROGUE RIVER, LOWER: Rains are finally subsiding which should give anglers an excellent opportunity to pick up a winter steelhead.
ROGUE RIVER, MIDDLE: Fishing is good at times for summer steelhead, and good numbers of coho salmon are available.
ROGUE RIVER, UPPER: Fishing is improving on the upper Rogue as coho salmon and summer steelhead continue to move over Gold Ray Dam in good numbers.
www.anglerguide.com /oregon   (328 words)

  
 OHJV - Coast Range Projects
The property includes 1.3 miles of Circle Creek and 1.7 miles of frontage on the Necanicum River, stream habitat that is important for juvenile salmon and steelhead rearing.
This encompasses 40 percent of the Columbia River estuary.
Restoration priorities are removal of a one-mile dike along Millport Slough to restore and enhance approximately 120 acres of tidal marshes and restoration of a 5 acre parcel at the mouth of Drift Creek.
www.ohjv.org /projects/coast_range.html   (5452 words)

  
 Newport News-Times: Winter steelhead fishing reaching its peak
Mainstem Nehalem River anglers report the river is in good shape for fishing and has been a very productive catch-and-release fishery for wild steelhead.
Good catches of hatchery-origin, wild broodstock winter steelhead were reported in the Wilson River during February, and success on these fish is expected to be good through March if river levels cooperate.
The Drift Creek-Siletz River, Drift Creek-Alsea River, Yachats River, Cummins Creek, Tenmile Creek and Big Creek, south of Tenmile Creek, are providing good opportunities for catch and release of wild winter steelhead.
www.newportnewstimes.com /articles/2006/03/10/sports/sports05.txt   (905 words)

  
 Steelhead fishing the coast of Oregon and Washington
The Steelhead found on the coastal rivers and streams are usually mint bright and fresh in from the ocean.
In some cases the water levels may be to high and swift for floating the river in a boat and may be better for bank fishing as the fish tend to hug the bank and stay out of the heavy current in high water conditions.
When the rivers are to low for drift boat fishing then the lighter gear such as fly fishing presentations and smaller lighter drift fishing gear, bobbers and bait or bobbers and jigs are a better option.
www.nwfish.com /Steelhead/steelhead_coastal_rivers.htm   (617 words)

  
 Welcome to Necanicum Village   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Named "Necanicum Village" after the beautiful meandering Necanicum River that wanders through Seaside into the Pacific Ocean.
At Necanicum Village, you will be able to stay well connected because our location is convenient to shopping, medical services, churches, and just minutes from downtown Seaside and neighboring coastal communities.
Sponsorship of Necanicum Village is provided by Seaside Senior Care Associates, Inc., a faith based 501 (c) (3) not for profit corporation, formed in 1996 for the sole purpose of creating a caring and loving environment for seniors to maintain their independence, dignity, and choices about life.
www.necanicumvillage.net   (177 words)

  
 Oregon Fishing Report
Willamette River and Santiam Rivers Fishing Report- The fish counts at Willamette Falls have took a nose dive during the rain storms, but with visibility returning, so are the steelies in great number.
The North Fork of the Nehalem and the Necanicum River have both had great days but the two can be hit or miss in the lower water.
Anglers on the Clackamas River are finding good numbers of winter steelies, although a mix of hatchery and native fish along with some late silvers is reported.
www.theguidesforecast.com /2001/011227.html   (2783 words)

  
 Trucke's Necanicum River RV Pk, Coast Ranges, Oregon
So much fun around Trucke's Necanicum River RV Pk and being here is great fun any time.
There's so much to do at Trucke's Necanicum River RV Pk including golf, hiking, fishing, whitewater paddling, and swimming, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen.
Trucke's Necanicum River RV Pk is located in the Coast Ranges.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/109928.html   (1010 words)

  
 Oregon Fishing Guides and Charters Coumbia River
Catch feisty Deschutes River Redsides on dry flies during the famous Salmon Fly and Caddis seasons.
Fish the famous Deschutes River on a 1 day float or 2-5 day (multi day) trip while a top guide caters to your every need with a top notch food and camp set up.
Or enjoy a relaxing walk-in trip on the Crooked River 35 miles northeast of Bend.
www.abproguides.com /oregon_trips.htm   (301 words)

  
 Learn about the Salmon River Estuary in Oregon's Coastal Atlas
The Salmon River estuary is located on the Oregon coast at Otis.
The Salmon River estuary is designated as a Natural estuary under the Oregon Estuary Classification system.
The Salmon River estuary is located in Lincoln County.
www.coastalatlas.net /learn/settings/estuary/estuary.asp?es=8   (294 words)

  
 Learn about the Necanicum River Estuary in Oregon's Coastal Atlas
The Necanicum River estuary is located on the Oregon coast at Seaside.
The Necanicum River estuary is designated as a Conservation estuary under the Oregon Estuary Classification system.
The lazy Necanicum River meanders the length of Seaside, from grassy-banked urban picnic areas to pristine tide flats.
www.coastalatlas.net /learn/settings/estuary/estuary.asp?es=2   (235 words)

  
 Butterfield Cottage, Seaside, Oregon, USA
Excursion boats came down the Columbia River with vacationers who disembarked on a railroad trestle in the bay near Skipanon (Warrenton) and then to Seaside by train.
Grimes built a hotel on the Necanicum River, but, as more accommodations were needed, he built tent platforms in the grove of trees between the river and the ocean.
On December 5, 1984 the Butterfield Cottage was given to the Seaside Museum and Historical Society and moved to its present location at 570 Necanicum Drive.
www.seasidemuseum.org /cottage.cfm   (290 words)

  
 Oregon's Important Bird Areas - Necanicum Estuary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
On the northern Oregon coast where the Necanicum River enters the Pacific Ocean, at Seaside, Clatsop County.
The Necanicum Estuary includes submerged lands and a large tidal flat surrounded by dunes, sitka spruce forest and residential areas.
Snowy Plovers nested on the north spit in 2000 and 2002; Bald Eagles nest in the Sahali spruce forest on the east edge; 10-20,000 Calidris sandpipers (mostly Western Sandpipers), 500+ Semipalmated Plovers, small numbers of Whimbrel, and occasionally Long-billed Curlew use the flats during migrations.
www.oregoniba.org /necanicumestuary.htm   (121 words)

  
 Classic Craftsman Home for Sale, Seaside, Oregon
In addition, there is a cozy sitting room overlooking the river and a bonus room with attic ceiling that could find a variety of uses.
cottage sits within 15 feet of the bank of the Necanicum River, though high enough to be safe from high tides and high water.
Watching the river and its abundance of wild birds makes living in the cottage a joy.
www.shopseaside.com /classic/chwelcome.html   (725 words)

  
 Winter Steelhead Fishing Is Heating Up   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Lower Columbia tributaries that include Gnat Creek, Big Creek and the North Fork Klaskanine River are open to catch-and-release angling for wild winter steelhead.
Fishing opportunities also are available on the Lewis and Clark River, Young’s River, and the South Fork Klaskanine River.
Best angling is February to early April and some steelhead over 20 pounds are caught from this river.
www.outdoorcentral.com /mc/pr/06/03/10a1a5.asp   (926 words)

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