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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 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, February 21, 2010

February 24, 2010 | By

This last week, the Rogue started out on fire from the rains that dropped over the weekend. I did a couple of trips in the middle of the week. We started at daylight and we had our first fish by seven-fifteen and our second was caught around nine. Then the sun came onto the water and the bite just stopped. Now if someone could hand out sunglasses to the fish so they could continue to run in bright light, we could catch fish all day long! But until then, we have to pray for cloud cover or rain for midday bites.

At two forty-five the fog rolled in and started to blotch the sunlight. By three o’clock our center rod went down with a nice hatchery fish. We decided to quit at four o’clock so I picked up our outside rod and started to reel it in. That’s when the inside rod went slamming down to the water with a 31 and 1/2 inch chrome bright male! What a way to finish out a day!

The following day, the river had dropped about a foot and was starting to clear enough that you could see the bottom. I only had a few hours to fish because we had to quit at nine-thirty. By seven we landed our first fish, a wild male that we released. We had another one within a half hour, but when it got to the side of the boat, it turned, made a run and came off. After that we had one other take down that didn’t stick.

The river is still producing one or two fish early in the morning, before the light gets on the water. After the light comes out, it gets pretty hard to find them. But don’t get discouraged because we have rain on the way! If the national weather service has it called right, the river will be back in shape by Wednesday or Thursday. So about Wednesday or Thursday you better be getting on the river to see if you might be the lucky one to catch the first Springer or big Steelhead. February totals so far include 95 bites, 55 landed in a total of 18 trips.

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