The lower Rogue River continues to experience its best spring chinook run in at least 15 year

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR


by Kenny Priest
5-5-2022
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The lower Rogue River continues to experience its best spring chinook run in at least 15 years reports Martin. “Hatchery and wild springers are being caught by boaters on anchor as well as plunkers fishing Spin-N-Glos from the gravel bars at Huntley Park and Lobster Creek. Only hatchery springers may be kept. Wild salmon can be kept beginning June 1.”



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