Salmon fishing heated up on the Rogue Bay last week

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR

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by Kenny Priest
7-14-2021
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Salmon fishing heated up on the Rogue Bay last week, with some guides getting limits and most getting a fish or two per boat, reported Martin. “The bite slowed over the weekend, mainly because of strong winds,” he said. “Lots of salmon can be seen splashing in the bay. Hot water upriver is keeping the kings from leaving the estuary. More wind is expected this week.”



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