Rogue is Cresting in The Evenings

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest

The Rogue jumped from 2,000 cfs to 5,100 cfs on Tuesday at the Agness gauge, cresting in the evening reports Martin. “With a temperature of 52 degrees, the springers moving in should bite well. Conditions are good for shore anglers plunking Spin-N-Glos or boaters anchoring and spinning anchovies.” According to Martin, the Curry County Sheriff specifically asked the county to keep waterways, beaches and gravel bars open. Port of Gold Beach is currently open.

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