Fishing The Rogue specializes in year-round, professionally guided fishing trips for salmon and steelhead on the upper & middle Rogue River, the Umpqua River and the rivers of the Southern Oregon coast.
Full and half-day trips are available and include a licensed, insured and experienced local guide, a heated drift boat, fishing gear—rods, reels, tackle, bait & flies, personalized instruction, cleaned, filleted & bagged fish, snacks, drinks and a shuttle to your car or lodging.
All you need to bring is your Fishing License.
On Rogue River Fishing Trips, Fishing The Rogue guides you on the upper Rogue River between the towns of Shady Cove and Gold Hill, about 20 miles outside of Medford, Oregon and on the middle section of the Rogue near Grants Pass. The natural beauty of these stretches of the Rogue River have been preserved with parks and wildlife areas and is home to legendary fishing holes perfect for back bouncing, running plugs, bobber fishing, side-drifting and fly fishing.
The Rogue River is one of the most consistent fisheries in Southern Oregon and there isn’t a month of the year that you can’t catch either salmon or steelhead, while enjoying the lush evergreen forests and abundant wildlife that made the Rogue one of the eight original rivers designated wild and scenic by Congress in 1968.
For anglers eager to catch and keep their limit of 20 pound winter steelhead, Fishing The Rogue offers Umpqua River Fishing Trips on the south Umpqua River near Canyonville, Oregon—approximately 40 miles north of Grants Pass. This is where you’ll find some of the best winter steelhead fishing in Southern Oregon.
Fishing The Rogue’s Oregon Coast Fishing Trips take you to the Elk, Sixes and Chetco Rivers for big fall Chinook king salmon after the first fall rains, usually from October thru January.
Please visit Fishing The Rogue for complete descriptions of fishing trips, peak season dates and trip costs. Just remember, peak fishing seasons often translate to more fish caught, but also more anglers and boats on the rivers. Before and after peak times are still great times to catch fish, and also offer a quieter river experience.
Whether fishing for king and silver salmon, summer and winter steelhead or just floating along the river savoring the beauty of Southern Oregon, you’ll enjoy a pleasant and memorable experience with Fishing The Rogue guided fishing trips that are great for all ages, from beginners to experts.