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

Fall Steelhead Fishing on the Middle Section of the Rogue River in Oregon

Thanks to Charlie and Rochelle at for a great guest. Most of the boats in our large group had to grind all day for the one or two fish that we caught. 
A wise fisherman once told me..."The fishing is always good; sometimes the catching is just a little slow."

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Luie of Chino, CA holds up a nice Rogue River "hatchery" Fall Steelhead.

Anglers can keep 2 hatchery fish per day for a remainder of the year! The Rogue has plenty of hatchery steelhead a Coho Salmon moving upstream right now. 

Bait season on the Upper Rogue River opens up November 1st. One of the funnest months to book a fishing trip here in Southern Oregon.


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