Where to Fish

Where to Fish

  • Rogue River Fishing

    The famous Rogue River is home to Spring and Fall Salmon, Winter and Summer Steelhead and Coho Salmon. Many well-known people have experienced a great love and respect for┬áRogue River fishing. Famous author Zane Gray spent a significant amount of time fishing on the┬áRogue River and wrote about this beautiful…

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  • Chetco River Fishing

    The Chetco River gets some very large Salmon and Steelhead! Every year Steelhead over 20 lbs are caught and many in the mid to upper teens are landed frequently. Salmon fishing is very good on the Chetco and sidedrifting is a popular technique because of its long perfect runs. The…

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  • Elk River Fishing

    The Elk River gets a very strong run of Native Winter Steelhead along with fall Chinook Salmon. The Elk River is in southwestern Oregon. Approximately 25 miles (40 km) long, the river drains a remote area of the Coastal Range into the Pacific Ocean. On October 28, 1988, the Elk…

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  • Sixes River Fishing

    The Sixes River gets a very strong run of Native Winter Steelhead along with fall Chinook Salmon. The Sixes River is about 5 miles North of Port Orford, Oregon and is near the Elk River. The Sixes River is approximately 30 miles long and has a similar run of fish…

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  • Coos River Fishing

    From late August to early October the Salmon run on the Coos River is very strong. The Coos River is known for having very aggressive Salmon that bite well and catch rates are usually high. The river has one of the largest hatchery programs in the state with over 2…

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  • Illinois River Fishing

    The Illinois River gets a strong run of native winter steelhead and is a favorite among fly fisherman! The Illinois River is one of the two main tributaries of the Rogue River, approximately 75 miles long, in southwestern Oregon.

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