Baker Creek Boat Ramp on the South Fork Coquille River, about three miles downriver from Powers.
Coho salmon spawning is mid-November to early February. Spawning peaks in December in the Coos system and late December to early January in the Coquille. Coho can be seen spawning at the following locations:
- Millicoma Interpretive Center.
- Marlow Creek. One mile past Allegany, turn left onto County Road which eventually turns into State Forest Road 1000. Salmon can be seen from a vehicle.
- LaVerne Park.
- East Fork of the Coquille River above the mouth of China Creek, about three miles upriver of Dora.
- Steel Creek, a tributary of East Fork of the Coquille River, at Dora.
- Middle Creek above the fish ladder, about two miles upstream from the BLM's Middle Creek Recreation Site. Spawning salmon can be seen from a vehicle.
- Moon Creek, tributary to the North Fork of the Coquille River about three miles upriver of LaVerne Park. Salmon can be seen spawning on gravel trapped by logs placed during fish habitat improvement projects as part of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds.
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