National Geographic : 1938 Oct
Photograph by Ralph Gifford INTO THE FOAM OF "DEVIL'S CHURN/" YEAR-ROUND OREGON FISHERMEN CAST THEIR LINES High on the rocks south of Yachats, anglers perch to lure ling cod, greenlings, surf fish, rockfish, and other denizens of rocky bottoms from their hide-outs. Lightness of the poles testifies that gamier fish stay farther out at sea, but even those close in provide excellent sport. All alongthe State's rugged 400-mile shore line surf fishing is popular. No license is required.