Friday, February 17, 2017

Charlie and I are out of the country, please call Brady to book your trip 541.326.9486

Charlie and I are in a remote part of Panama, Central America, until April 12th and will have limited access to the internet.

If you are interested in a fishing trip or fishing report, please call Brady at 541.326.9486. The crew is standing by and ready to go!

Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

Warm regards,

Rochelle and Charlie Brown

The Rogue should be fishable next week.

Charlie and I are in Panama, Central America, until April 12th. It is an amazing place (with limited internet access we have learned!) So answering emails and Contact Forms has been challenging. We are so grateful to have Brady and the crew taking care of business while we are away.  If you would like to book a trip please call Brady at 541.326.9486.  Brady reports the upper Rogue should be fishable next week. 

Rory and Robert are pictured with a south Umpqua winter steelhead caught this week.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

The south Umpqua is dropping into shape

The south Umpqua river, near Canyonville is dropping into perfect shape early this week and with warmer weather conditions it should make for great winter steelheading.

Check out the river level prediction.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Southern Oregon's year round fisheries

February 8, 2017 
Fishing Southern Oregon...endless possibilities.  

Southern Oregon has some of the best fisheries for both steelhead and salmon fishing, whether you prefer the classic float in a drift boat, an adventurous ride down wild and scenic sections or prefer to fish from the bank. We have it all. Winter fishing can be a timing game with big rewards! We find ourselves in the fall counting the days until the rains begin to open the duned up streams on the coast, waiting and watching for river levels to clear and drop into ideal conditions after a storm and chasing some of the nicest fish around the Pacific northwest. It is an exciting time for steelhead and salmon fishing entusiasts.  

In the last few weeks, the weather has started to warm a bit and you can feel the nearness of spring. Fishing for winter steelhead will continue improving on both the Umpqua and Rogue rivers through April. Leading us directly into salmon season. Oh the month of May when "Springers" 1st arrive in the upper Rogue.

Monday, February 6, 2017

The rivers will start to drop this weekend...

Robert with a hatchery Umpqua river steelhead.
Robert got one of the last days good days of fishing before the rivers blew out.  Good news is, all this rain has brought lots of fresh steelhead to the upper reaches of both the Rogue and the Umpqua. The rivers will start to drop this weekend and the fishing will be good on the south Umpqua near Canyonville and on the Rogue upstream from Grants Pass. Steelhead fishing should continue to improve through March.