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Rogue River Fish Counts and Dam Releases 1-800-472-2434
Elk River Hatchery Fishing Report 541-332-7025

Spring Chinook Salmon

The water levels and temperature are finally at the perfect conditions for the spring Chinook salmon to start coming in strong. A few have been caught over the last week even with higher than average water levels and low water temperatures. I believe we will start seeing a strong run beginning with these great conditions.
Call now and book your spring trip with Tim at 541-347-6338.

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Rogue River Spring Salmon Fishing is Great!!

The Spring Chinook Salmon Fishing is going strong. Even with lower water levels and higher water temperatures the fish are continuing to bite well. Spring Chinook are being caught both up river and on the lower river by the bay. There is still not a lot of pressure on the fish so they are moving a lot giving us plenty of chances to get them in the boat.

We have open dates so give us a call and we will get you out on the Rogue River salmon fishing. We fish out of our 22 ft heated powerboat with a top. We are generally anchored in narrow spots using bait and spinners. It can be very productive. Call (541) 347-6338

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Elk River Hatchery Fishing Report 541-332-0405

Elks and Sixes Rivers

Elk and Sixes Rivers Closed to Steelhead March 31st. Will have Fall Chinook with significant rains in October or November.

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Fall Salmon Fishing

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2016 crabbing was off a little in numbers, though we were still able to get good numbers it took a little more time to get it done. Crabbing in the Coquille River bay has started and good numbers are being caught. We are hoping for another good season in 2017 so get your reservations in early, call Tim 541-347-6338.