Gold Beach, OR, we fish the lower 37 miles of the Rogue from the comfort
of our 22 Koffler jet boat. With a highly coveted USFS permit to
guide the Lower Rogue, we can follow salmon from the ocean to upstream
Chinook Arguably the best tasting salmon on the planet,
"Springers" enter the Rogue in March and can be caught through
early June. We fish the peak of the season in April & May. Primarily
an anchor fishery, we anchor in softer inside seams and fish anchovies
or spinners for moving salmon.
Chinook Starting in early July, pre-spawn fall Chinooks
enter the Rogue Estuary only to find a river too warm to run. As the summer
progresses more salmon stack up in the Estuary where we catch them on
weightless spinners and trolled anchovies. This unique situation provides
dynamite salmon action in the Rogue Estuary through the summer.
Salmon The Rogue hosts a spectacular run of Coho (silver)
salmon mid-Sept. through the end of Oct. Full of fight, silvers will take
to the air like a steelhead and bulldog like a king. We target these acrobatic
fighters by trolling anchovies or small plugs in the Estuary.
What to Bring
* Oregon fishing license and salmon punch card (even children need a punch card). Can be obtained locally in Gold Beach.
* Clothing appropriate to the season. Layers and rain gear are recommended regardless of the weather forecast. Check out Accuweather for zip code 97444 for the latest weather forecast.
* Sunscreen and insect repellent. Don't forget your sunglasses!! Polarized lenses are preferred.
* While we don't prohibit alcohol on the boat, we discourage anything that compromises your safety and ability to enjoy your day on the water.
* We provide
all fishing equipment and terminal gear including all bait or if you prefer,
bring your own gear.
Book your fishing experience today - click here to send us an email or call us at (866) 877-8354
We are an Equal Opportunity Service Provider and a Permittee of the Shasta Trinity National Forest and the Rogue River - Siskiyou National Forest, Gold Beach Ranger District.