After the first big rain of 2014 winter steelhead fishing has finally taken off across Southern Oregon.
A look back on our 2013 Springer season on the Rogue River.
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.
Springer catches have fallen off with the weather change, but things look to improve over the weekend.
Fishing for springers on the Upper Rogue has been hit and miss with a lot of wild fish in the mix.
A scouting trip with no expectations of catching any fish turned into a successful day as we back bounced up our first Upper Rogue springer of the year.
Recent storms have brought much needed precipitation to Southern Oregon and will jump start the April fisheries.
Low water conditions have thrown the Upper Rogue for a loop. Instead of winter steelhead, springers have become the name of the game.
Let the madness begin! The first confirmed Rogue River springer has been caught, but it wasn’t from it’s normal section. One lucky angler got the surprise of his life, and a great tasting meal to go with it.