Guided salmon and steelhead fishing on Southern Oregon's Rogue, Umpqua and Chetco

My Chrome Seeker Custom Plugging Rods

One of my favorite techniques while targeting any run of steelhead or salmon out of my boat is pulling plugs! I recently decided that I was going to take my plug fishing to the next level by getting some custom plugging rods built for me. Instead of buying an expensive name brand plug rod that is lacking something, I decided my hard earned cash would go to a local rod builder who was perfect for the job and could give me everything I needed in my ultimate plug rod.
I got a hold of Josh Terry of Chrome Seeker Custom Rods around two months ago, and man did it turn out to be a good decision! I spoke with him about building me a pair of custom rods so my clients could have the best possible chance of sealing the deal on their plug fed steelhead and salmon.
We discussed everything from the hook set, to the fight and getting it to the net; we covered all of the attributes that a quality plugging rod should have. We went over color, length, lure size and all sorts of other small details that go along with custom rod building. Before I knew it, we both had a picture in our heads of my Chrome Seeker Custom Plug Rods. Josh made sure to take the time and patience to fit in every small detail that I was looking.
Today, I am very proud to introduce my brand new Chrome Seeker Custom Rods made especially for YOU, my wonderful clients that choose fish with me. I take pride in providing a full experience if I take you fishing, and being able to fish with the best gear out there is all part of that experience. These rods are sure to properly pull plugs and entice those savage strikes that we all love!
Please book your trip with http://www.rogueriversportfishing.com/ and battle your hog this season with Phil Tripp's Guide Service and Chrome Seeker Custom Rods.

(541) 613 8754 , roguesportfishing@gmail.com
 
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