As a way to promote getting outdoors, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife is offering anglers, and would-be anglers more chances to fish for [Read More…]
It’s that time of year again when the most prized fish of the Rogue River start their journey upstream. The first Rogue River spring salmon [Read More…]
News about the change in production at Cole Rivers Hatchery was first reported by Mark Freeman of the Mail Tribune. You can find his article [Read More…]
The first confirmed Rogue River springer of 2015 has been caught!
All signs are pointing to a great opener, and November on the Upper Rogue.
Fishing is good for fall salmon and summer steelhead throughout the Rogue.
Fall salmon fishing has been good on either end of the Rogue, while the Upper Rogue continues to produce summer steelhead.
With hot temperatures in the Valley, fishing has been good on either end of the Rogue.
The bite has been on for the Upper & Lower Rogue.
Springers are spread throughout the Rogue, but the bite has generally been tough.