The Rogue Valley has seen much cooler weather lately, and it has both helped and hurt the fishing depending on where you are.
With huge numbers of fall kings predicted to return both to the south of us on the Klamath and Sacramento, and to the north on the Columbia, our Southern Oregon rivers are expecting good returns as well. So far this year those predictions are shaping up to be right on the money.
2012 forged plenty of new memories, and we were lucky enough to capture a lot of them on film.
The Chetco is known for it’s trophy fall kings, and our recent trip didn’t disappoint in the size category.
Halloween isn’t just for the kids this year. If you’re lucky enough to have the day off, there’s some great first and last chance opportunities available. Here’s a look at what tomorrow brings for us in Southern Oregon.
Our newest video featuring the face paced action of fall salmon on the Upper Klamath River.
The Klamath River has been living up to its preseason hype for fall salmon.
October is here, and that means it’s time to switch from the Rogue to other systems for fall salmon. We give you two options to choose from depending on whether you’d rather go trophy hunting, or for quantity over quality.
Fall salmon fishing is picking up in the middle Rogue, so we took a trip this past Friday with guide Rob Yuen.
Fall salmon are arriving in Southern Oregon, which means it’s time to hook into the largest Kings of the Northwest.