Rogue River is Coming Back Into Shape

Rogue River Lower - Gold Beach, OR


by Kenny Priest
4-18-2019
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The Rogue is just coming back into shape for springers after cresting at nearly 100,000 cfs a week ago according to Martin. “A few hatchery springers have been caught this week, even with the high, muddy water. Conditions should improve towards the weekend,” added Martin.



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