January, February, March, April
Rogue, Umpqua, and Chetco
"Springers" Chinook (King) Salmon
May, June, July
June, July, August, September, October, November
Fall Chinook (King) Salmon
August, September, October, November, DecemberRogue and Chetco
Coho (Silver) Salmon
October, November, December
With over 150 miles of fishable river, Fishing The Rogue focuses on the Upper and Middle Rogue, from the town of Shady Cove to Graves Creek west of Grants Pass, Oregon. This stretch is home to legendary fishing holes such as; Chief Hole, Slide Hole, True "V" and Silica great for running plugs or back bouncing roe. This stretch of river also has numerous long runs perfect for side drifting and fly fishing.
The natural beauty of the river has been preserved with many parks and wildlife areas: Casey State Park, Rogue Elk, Denman Wildlife area, Valley of the Rogue State Park, and Hellgate Canyon.
When weather and water conditions permit, we also fish the beautiful Chetco river near Brookings and the Umpqua river near Roseburg for exquisite winter steelhead and king salmon.