Spring Salmon Fishing is Slow to Fair

Rogue River - Middle - Prospect, OR (Jackson County)


by Kenny Priest
4-3-2019
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Spring salmon fishing is slow to fair on the Rogue, but a few fish are being caught according to Martin. He said, “April is generally the best month for hatchery fish. Anchovies and spinner blades are working best. The river rose significantly Tuesday because of releases from Lost Creek Dam.”



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