Salmon Bite Has Improved in Rogue Bay

Rogue River Lower - Gold Beach, OR

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by Kenny Priest
8-27-2020
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The salmon bite has improved on the Rogue Bay, with several dozen fish a day being caught reports Martin. “The bay is crowded, so overall catch rates are somewhat low, although some boats are getting up to five fish a day,” said Martin. “The best action has switched to the Indian Creek area at the top of the tide, followed by decent action near the sand spit as the tide ebbs. Summer steelhead also are biting above Lobster Creek.”



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