Spring Salmon Season Continues to Be Slow

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest

Spring salmon fishing continues to be slow on the lower Rogue River, according to Martin. “Very few hatchery springers are being caught,” says Martin. “Boaters are anchoring close to shore and running anchovies with spinner blades. Flows at Agness are 2,900 cubic feet per second, with a water temperature near 55 degrees. Steelhead fishing also is slow.”

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