Tag: salmon

Coquille River Fish Report – October 6, 2011

October 6, 2011 | By

A good day fishing on the Coquille!  We limited out 11:45.  Yesterday we landed eight by 3.00.  It seems to be the best river on the coast right now and should be good for the next three to four weeks.

Please give us a call at 541-425-1515 to make some memories of your own!  Not many dates still available in October!

Coos River Fish Report – September 30, 2011

October 1, 2011 | By

Just what the doctor ordered – everybody limited out!  The Coos River is treating us very kindly.

Give us a call at 541-425-1515 to make your own memories.  October is almost full!

Coos River Fish Report – September 26, 2011

October 1, 2011 | By

The Coos River continues to provide us six to eight bites per day.  Can’t land them all, but they’re being somewhat cooperative.

Give us a call at 541-425-1515 and we can give you a shot at making some wonderful memories.  Our October calendar is filling up fast!

Rogue River Fish Report – September 12, 2011

September 15, 2011 | By

Today we were back on the Rogue. It was fun! We hooked five but released one. It took five hours to get our limit. We ended up with 29, 28, 25, and 23 pounders, all chrome bite. One of the Rogue’s best bites this year! Give us a call at 541-425-1515 so we can hook up some memories for you.

Coos River Fish Report – September 9, 2011

September 12, 2011 | By

With the heat wave that has been going on for several days over in the Rogue Valley, the water coming down the river is getting a bit too warm for the salmon, so we went fishing on the Coos River today and what a day it was! FIVE fish by 12.30!! l even got one. It has been like this for a week. We still have a few open days this month. Call 541-425-1515 and let’s set up a time to make a memory for you. And check us out on Facebook at Memory Makers Guide Service.

Rogue River Fish Report – September 8, 2011

September 12, 2011 | By

One nice catch today. Call 541-425-1515 and let’s set up a time to make a memory for you. And check us out on Facebook at Memory Makers Guide Service.

Rogue River Fish Report – September 5, 2011

September 11, 2011 | By

We hooked seven, one we could never stop and it broke off, one was false hooked so we let it go, and one monster we fought hard but it finally came off – we just couldn’t control it. We had one more come off, but put three nice ones in the box today. Every day we’re hooking four to eight! Call 541-425-1515 and let’s hook up some memories for you. And check us out on Facebook at Memory Makers Guide Service.

 

Fishing Report for Sunday, May 23, 2010

May 23, 2010 | By

Thank you for logging in for this week’s fish report.

2010 Stats: 28 trips, 121 bites, 70 landed.

The first part of the week the Rogue River water temperatures were 59 degrees, making the bite extremely slow. On Tuesday, the water remained warm which made for slow catching down in the tidal water. I have found Brad’s cut-plug herring to be extremely effective in slow water, just behind my mud dog. When other baits lose their action and won’t produce any more, Brad’s is always a good bet. It’s like a timex, it keeps on tickin’ and takes a lickin’.  Good fillers for it are: oil packed tuna, a strip of sardine with Patsky’s creole scent, and I’ve also caught them with a strip of anchovie and anise scent.  I’m looking forward to trolling it in the bay. Click here so see a video of Brad’s cut plug.

The rain caused a drastic drop in temperatures on Wednesday morning. It went from 59 to 56 degrees and the bite was on. I started with a double, one was a mid 30-lbs wild fish and the othe came off beside the boat.  We were fortunate enough to be in one of the premier spots and the storm was coming on Wednesday so we decided to weather it out.  The 40 mile an-hour… breeze, I’m sure took away some of our bites, but we still ended up with nine fish on, landing four. Unfortunately, we couldn’t keep the wild one because the law hadn’t changed until Saturday. We had to throw a nice one back.

The good news is that now we can keep everything we hook.  When the cooler temperatures came on Wednesday, the build up of salmon in the bay due to warmer waters, had pretty much emptied out.  Now we are back to a steady stream of fish coming in on each tide. There’s been about 15-25 salmon caught each day now. So it’s still pretty steady and if you want a chance for one of these June lunkers that are coming, now is a good time to give me a call at 541-425-1515.

Fishing photos from this week…

35 lb salmon, caught May 20,2010. What a beauty!

Another great catch 30-32 lb, caught May 20, 2010