Lower Rogue River Report

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR

by Kenny Priest

According to Martin, a few spring salmon are being caught on the Rogue River but overall fishing has been slow. “A slight bump in flows early this week could draw more springers in from the ocean, where bottom fish anglers are encountering salmon fairly frequently between Brookings and Gold Beach. Water temperatures are an ideal 52 degrees on the lower Rogue, so salmon moving through should bite well. Steelhead fishing is slow on the lower Rogue and fair to good on the middle Rogue below Grants Pass.”

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