Another set of storms is hitting the region this week which will likely setup great winter steelhead fishing next week, while springers are just entering the river.
After the first big rain of 2014 winter steelhead fishing has finally taken off across Southern Oregon.
Storms are forecast to start hitting Southern Oregon which should help get winter steelhead fishing back into high gear.
Last weekends rain brought up the first batch of winter steelhead close to the Rogue Valley.
Some much needed precipitation is finally set to hit Southern Oregon, which should kick start winter steelhead season into high gear.
The Rogue Valley has seen much cooler weather lately, and it has both helped and hurt the fishing depending on where you are.
The Upper Rogue springer season continues to hold on strong with plenty of high quality fish being caught. The Summer Steelhead run has also made a big early push.
Recent storms have brought much needed precipitation to Southern Oregon and will jump start the April fisheries.
Fall salmon are being caught up and down the coast in Southern Oregon, while summer steelhead fishing remains strong on the Upper Rogue.
Even with the heat wave this weekend, fishing will remain good up and down the Rogue. Hit the river early or late to get in on the best bite and escape the heat.
Another week of summer heat means the bite has been on during the mornings and evenings, especially for the record run of early summer steelhead.