Recent storms have brought much needed precipitation to Southern Oregon and will jump start the April fisheries.
Southern Oregon winter steelhead fishing has held on despite low and clear conditions. Both the South Umpqua and Middle Rogue are producing winter steelhead, and with rain in the forecast, things will be heating up.
On Friday you saw the pictures of Phil’s large winter steelhead. Now you finally get to see the video.
Both the Middle Rogue, and South Umpqua are putting out winter steelhead despite tough conditions for Rogue Valley anglers wanting to get on the water.
The pursuit for the first chrome of the year can make an angler do some pretty foolish things, and we found ourselves on the Umpqua River doing just that.
2012 forged plenty of new memories, and we were lucky enough to capture a lot of them on film.
Fall salmon are being caught up and down the coast in Southern Oregon, while summer steelhead fishing remains strong on the Upper Rogue.
The summer heat has arrived making the morning and evenings best for salmon and steelhead. The high mountain lakes have also turned on for bass and trout.
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