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Rogue River Fish Report June 6, 2011

June 7, 2011 | By

Hello fellow fishing enthusiasts, and thank you for logging in for the Rogue River fish report. There for awhile we weren’t seeing much action, but salmon fishing has picked up, and most days I’m able to land 3 salmon. The lower Rogue is giving up about 20 fish per day.

On average, most boats are catching between 2-3 fish. These numbers of catches make for good day’s fishing if you have one or two people on board. So don’t hesitate to give me a call at 541-425-1515, to book your trip. You don’t want to miss out.

Your Guide,

~John

Photos from the week…


Rogue River Fishing Report June 6, 2011

June 7, 2011 | By

Hello fellow fishing enthusiasts, and thank you for logging in for the Rogue River fish report. There for awhile we weren’t seeing much action, but salmon fishing has picked up, and most days I’m able to land 3 salmon. The lower Rogue is giving up about 20 fish per day.

On average, most boats are catching between 2-3 fish. These numbers of catches make for good day’s fishing if you have one or two people on board. So don’t hesitate to give me a call at 541-425-1515, to book your trip. You don’t want to miss out.

Your Guide,

~John

Photos from the week…


Rogue River Fish Report for May 29, 2001

May 29, 2011 | By

Hi and thanks for logging in for this weeks fish report. Fishing has stabilized and most boats are catching 2-3 salmon per day, when sitting in key locations.

Hope you’re having a great Memorial weekend, and I’m, looking forward to seeing you on the river. Remember, after the first you can keep all wild salmon, so give me a call st 541-425-1515 and I’ll see what I can do about getting you some great tasting salmon for your dinner table.

Your Guide,

~John

Fishing Report for May 27, 2011

May 27, 2011 | By

Hello fishing enthusiasts, and thanks for logging in for the fish report. Fishing was slow there for awhile after the last fish report, but the recent rainfall has really brought up the number of Rogue River salmon catches.

There are a large number of wild fish being caught right now, so book your trips right away, because starting June 1, all wild salmon can be kept! If you would like to book a trip, call 541-425-1515 to make a memory of a lifetime.

Your Guide

~John

Fishing Report for Sunday, May 1, 2011

May 2, 2011 | By

Thanks for logging in for this week’s fish report. This week’s report is coming to you from Tonya – I work behind the scenes and post John’s weekly fish report. This last Sunday my husband, kids and I had the opportunity to go fishing with John. He picked us up at 8:30am and we headed to the previous day’s hot spot, a place John had been holding since 4:45 am that morning.

Despite John’s best efforts, we didn’t get a bite all day. There were 27 boats on the river, with the most productive boat of the day landing three salmon. The weather was beautiful, and even though we didn’t get any action, we did get to spend some quality time with the kids.

The rest of the week looked much better, with 14 of the best eating Spring Chinook salmon landed.

Check out these photos!

Fishing Report for Sunday, January 30, 2011

January 31, 2011 | By

Thanks for logging in for this week’s fish report. On a scale of 1-10, fishing is about a 5-6 right now. The water in the Rogue River is dropping but has plenty of color in it. We’re averaging 5-6 hookups per trip and in most cases we’re landing 2-3 fish per day in the lower river. I’m going to move up a little higher this week, where maybe the fish have had a chance to climatize to the water and perhaps bite a little harder. If you’d like to catch a fish or two, now is a great opportunity so give us a jingle at 541-425-1515 to book your trip.

Towards the end of the month we’re going to get a little more rain, which will warm up the water temperatures. You never know, you might be the one to catch the first Springer. Last year I caught the first springer on March 2 and you might be the lucky one to catch it this year.

Thank you.

Your Guide,

~John

Photos from the week…


Fishing Report for Sunday, January 23, 2010

January 23, 2011 | By

Thanks for checking in for this week’s fish report. The water is still high and colored. As a result, the fish are not following their normal traveling patterns in the water and are scattered all around. Even so, we’re still able to hook 1-2 fish a day in these high conditions, but the fishing should improve this weekend as the water continues to drop. I hope to have a great report for you this weekend.

Your Guide

~John

Fishing Report for Sunday, April 24, 2010

April 26, 2010 | By

Thanks for logging in for this week’s fish report. The fishing has been good. Basically, I had a single on Thursday, we landed two fish, a 40 lb and 18 lb. The 40 lb was the biggest Springer Chinook I’ve helped any of my clients catch. Unfortunately, it was wild and had to be thrown back. See the photo of this catch below. Don’t forget that after June 1st, we can keep all fish, hatchery and wild salmon.

40 lb Wild Springer Chinook!!

Friday, the river gave us an unsurprised turn and got very muddy, with visibility of about one foot. I had two pull downs and neither one of them stuck. I even had to break out the neon signs to get that. I was running supper bright rainbow spinners in front of my bait.

The water cleared for a little bit on Saturday and there was a reasonable bite. There was about 20 fish caught around the elephant rock area. On Sunday, a good number of fish came in but they were being harassed by seals and sea lions and would hardly bite. Today large schools of sea lions showed up in the bay, more than I’ve ever seen. But so did the rain. we’ve had two inches so far today and are supposed to get another inch and a half by noon tomorrow. With as many sea lions as I saw, when the river clears on Wednesday or Thursday, there should be a tremendous bite. So don’t hesitate, give us a call and we’ll fix you up with a memory of a lifetime. Call (541) 425-1515, and if I’m busy landing a fish at the moment, be sure to leave your name and number so I can return you call.

Your Guide,

John