guided fishing on the lower rogue river, gold beach to agness oregon

Guided Fishing on the Lower Rogue

From Agness to Gold Beach

Salmon and Steelhead Fishing at its finest

on the Famous Wild & Scenic Rogue River!

spring chinook 35 pounds

Spring Chinook: 35 lbs. – Derek Carl: 45 lbs.

December – March

Winter Steelhead

 

Average weight 8 to 12 pounds.

 

Steelhead are a hard fighting, acrobatic fish that can be caught in  a variety of ways, from rolling bait to back trolling plugs, or just sitting on anchor and waiting for them to come to you.

 

Fly fishing also works well when conditions permit.  A great fish for the novice to the expert alike.

catch and release steelhead fishing

March – June

Spring Chinook Salmon

 

The Hardest fighting and best eating fish we have on the lower Rogue River!

 

Starting up the channel in Gold Beach, the Chinook are plentiful! These fish are caught by anchoring up and back bouncing bait on spinners to a desired length and then just waiting for the fish to strike.

 

Then hang on as we come off anchor and chase the fish down stream.

A truly exciting fishing experience!

spring chinook salmon and steelhead

August – October

Fall Chinook Salmon

Average weight 20 to 45 pounds.

 

Bay trolling works well with these fish, can also be caught in the upper river using several different techniques.

 

Summer Steelhead

 

Hard fighters.

 

Summer Steelhead can be acrobatic and fun to catch!  Commonly called half-pounders, these 10 to 20 inch fish can be caught in great numbers using light tackle, fly, or spinning rods.

 

Silver Salmon

 

Average weight 7 to 15 pounds.

 

Silvers usually arrive in September and are fished for in the bay or in the upper river using light tackle.

John Carl Guide Service  •  04158 Agness Rd.  •  Agness, Oregon 97406

541.247.6400  •  www.johncarlguideservice.com

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