Fishing the Rogue River

Oregon fishing  is some of the best in the world. The Rogue River in particular is known for its great variety of fishing opportunities, from multi-day wilderness trips to Chinook Salmon runs.

Our wilderness fishing trips along the Rogue River are 3-4 day adventures where you can catch salmon, steelhead and sturgeon. We spend several days floating this pristine, uncrowded stretch of river in drift boats, and spend each night at a cozy lodge, complete with all-you-can-eat family style meals.

In the summer and fall, we fish for steelhead along the Rogue River. It’s one of the few rivers in the world that has a summer steelhead run, and as such offers a unique fly fishing opportunity.

The winter steelhead run is not to be missed, as these fish are 8 -15 pounds of pure fun, often called the ultimate sport fish. Despite the sometimes less than ideal weather, it’s often well worth it to experience these incredible fish!

The Spring Chinook Salmon are great fighters, and taste good too! April and May are the prime months to fish for them on the Rogue River.  In the fall, we go after the Kings, Fall Chinook Salmon. They are larger than the Spring Chinooks, and occasionally you’ll hook into 30-40 pounder!

If you are looking to travel further afield, we have some friends in Alaska that offer a trip you’ll never forget.