|Rogue River - report updated 1/5/2018||start dropdown end dropdown|
|Rogue River Fish Counts and Dam Releases 1-800-472-2434|
Elk River Hatchery Fishing Report 541-332-7025
Spring Chinook Salmon Fishing
We had a good spring salmon season last year on the Rogue River and the fall Chinook season was the best in 20 years. I have no reason to believe that the high returns will not continue this year. With that, the spring bookings are filling up quickly, call 541-347-6338 and book your spring trip with Tim and Fish Oregon now!!
|Chetco River - report updated 4/25/2015||start dropdown end dropdown|
|Click here for Chetco River Water Level |
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.
|Elk & Sixes Rivers - report updated 4/1/2015||start dropdown end dropdown|
|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.
|Coquille River - report updated 1/5/2018||start dropdown end dropdown|
Fall Chinook Salmon Fishing
2017 Chinook fishing on the Coquille River was at an all time low. I was still able to bring in a few nice Chinooks daily but the numbers were way down. The ODFW is predicting a 50% increase in the number of returning Chinooks over last year which will make 2018 even better on the Coquille River. Book your fall trips now so you don't miss out!! Call Tim with Fish Oregon at 541-347-6338 and book a memory!!
|Crabbing - report updated 1/5/2018||start dropdown end dropdown|
Crabbing in the Coquille River bay
Crabbing last year was at it's best, we were seeing limits daily for up to four people in under two hours. Current reports are that the crab are still here and limits are being caught daily. Call Tim with Fish Oregon now at 541-347-6338.