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

Trout Season Opened on May 24th, 2014 and We've Had no Trouble Finding Limits - Perfect For a Fish Fry!

Trout season has started off with a bang! Anglers can retain 5 hatchery trout per day as long as they're over 8 inches in length. Why go fishing in the lake when you can come fish for salmon, and catch the trout for your next fish fry? 
I like to keep my clients busy in-between salmon holes by having them cast spinners or flies for these hard-fighting fish. You can expect big Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout in between the common 12" hatchery trout that are around in groves right now. These fish are hungry and aggressive, great for children or anybody who likes to feel a fish bite their hook.
I use 2 to 10 pound test rated Noodle Rods and they make a 12" trout feel like a 20" trout. We are averaging 25 fish per day without putting in much effort. It's been a lot of fun!
The famous upper Rogue River Salmon Fly hatch is also going on right now. It's a great time to bring your 3 or 4 wt.. fly rods and throw top water Salmon Fly presentations for trout.
As we get closer to June you have a greater chance of hooking up with a fresh Summer Steelhead as well. There are already 18 of them that have made it to the hatchery so far in 2014.
Give us a call today and reserve your Spring, Summer or Fall fishing adventure on the upper Rogue River!
Justin holds up dinner that he helped catch for his family.

Justin holds up a nice trout that he landed.

Typical 12" hatchery trout are perfect for your next fish fry.

Here's a nice limit of upper Rogue River trout. Nice shirt Allen.

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