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Guided Fishing Trips for 35 Years

Fishing on The Rogue River

About The Rogue River

Located in Southern Oregon, the Rogue River offers year round nationally acclaimed sport fishing. Based in the beautiful Rogue Valley, the Rogue River runs from the famous Crater Lake National Park through Jackson, Josephine and Curry counties, emptying into the ocean at Gold Beach. The river is surrounded with breathtaking scenery and wildlife. Watch for black bears, otters, turtles, osprey, great blue heron and the majestic bald eagle!

Fish the Rogue River in :

  • December-April — Winter Steelhead
  • April-July — Spring Chinook Salmon
  • July-October — Fall Chinook Salmon
  • October-November — Silver or Coho Salmon

Fishing on The Chetco River

About The Chetco River

The Chetco River is a 56-mile-long stream starting at Chetco Peak and drains approximately 352 square miles of Curry County and empties into the Pacific Ocean between the towns of Brookings and Harbor, about 5 miles north of the California border. This river offers a variety of sport fishing including winter steelhead, fall Chinook salmon and sea-run cutthroat trout. The Chetco provides excellent spawning and rearing habitat and has some of the highest salmonid smolt returns of any coastal stream in Oregon. According to the USDA The Chetco’s water quality was found to be an ORV based on its striking color and clarity, its ability to clear quickly following storm events, its contribution to both recreation and fisheries, and its contribution of exceptionally pure and clean water for the domestic water supplies of both Brookings and Harbor.

Fish the Chetco River in :

  • October-December for Chinook Salmon
  • November-March 1st for Steelhead
Fishing on the north Umpqua River

Fishing on The Umpqua River

About The Umpqua River

The North Umpqua and South Umpqua rivers rise in the Southern Oregon Cascades, and flow generally west for over 100 miles (160 km) to join approximately 6 miles (10 km) northwest of Roseburg. The North Umpqua rises from snowmelt and is considered one of the premier summer steelhead streams in the West.

From Roseburg, the Umpqua flows generally northwest through broad farming valleys in the Oregon Coast Range in a serpentine course past the settlement of Umpqua and the city Elkton. It enters Winchester Bay on the Pacific near Reedsport. It receives the Smith River from the north near its estuary on Winchester Bay.

Fish the Umpqua River in :

  • April-June for Spring Salmon
  • June-August for Small Mouth Bass
  • Dec – March — Winter Steelhead
  • June-July — Summer Steelhead (North Umpqua)


  • Full days: $400, or $200 per person
  • ½ days available, contact us for pricing

Contact us today to reserve your trip!

Your Trip Includes

  • Rods, Reels and All Tackle & Bait
  • Heated Drift Boat
  • Shuttling
  • Hot Coffee
  • Cleaned and Filleted Catch
  • Expert Fishing Instruction and Tips

What You Need to Bring

  • Fishing License and Tags
  • Lunch
  • Drinks of Your Preference
  • Sun Screen
  • Sun Glasses
  • Bug Spray
  • Warm Clothing to Layer With
  • Comfortable, Waterproof Boots/Shoes