Spring salmon fishing remains good on the lower Rogue

Rogue River- Lower - Gold Beach, OR


by Kenny Priest
5-18-2022
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According to Martin, spring salmon fishing remains good on the lower Rogue as the best run in years continues. “Guides are still getting two to four fish a day anchoring near the old mill and at Elephant Rock. Wild fish may be kept beginning June 1. With high flows on the river, bay trolling won’t begin anytime soon. The Chetco opens to fishing May 22, with tossing spinners the best bet for sea-run cutthroat trout.” 



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