Lower Rogue Has Been Slow for Chinook

Rogue River Lower - Gold Beach, OR

Photo Credit: Courtesy of ODFW

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
7-18-2019
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The Rogue bay has been slow for Chinook. Most of the fish are being caught downstream of Highway 101. Chinook numbers should continue climb through July. 

For a current view of the Rogue from the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge in Gold Beach, check out the ODOT’s camera




More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, July 18th

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Campbell Reservoir: Crappie Fishing is Slow
Gerber Reservoir: Lake is 86 Percent Full, Crappie Still Available
Klamath River - Lower: Flows Are Stabilizing
Owyhee Reservoir: Rainbows Are Still Possible to Catch
Phillips Reservoir: Trout and Perch Fishing Has Been Good
Pilcher Reservoir: Reservoir is Full Good Numbers of Rainbow and Black Crappie
Rogue River Upper: Upper Rogue is in Good Shape
Rogue River - Middle: Summer Steelhead Numbers Are Building

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