Salmon

A Heavy Rain Brings in Some McKenzie Biters

A Heavy Rain Brings in Some McKenzie Biters

Julie & Cecil Moore had quite a day on the McKenzie River Chasing after Spring Chinook Salmonon Tuesday June 25th. Landing 3 Springers was enough of a diversion in order to tollerate a rediculous summer downpour. It truly felt like over 2 inches of rain fell during the trip as many buckets of water were bailed in order to lighten the rowing load. At times the rain slammed down so hard you had to drop your head or close your eyes. Still, the rain definitely pulled in new fish and put them in a cooperative spirit.

Spring Chinook & Summer Steelhead now Arriving on Upper Willamette Tributaries- McKenzie - Willamette Middle Fork - Santiam

Spring Chinook & Summer Steelhead now Arriving on Upper Willamette Tributaries- McKenzie - Willamette Middle Fork - Santiam

Friend Russ Matthews with a healthy, hard-fighting "Springer" he landed on our trip this past thursday. With 16,000 plus Spring Chinook and 5,500 plus Summer Steelhead now past the Willamette Falls Counting Station, we can expect more new arrivals daily through June, July and beyond. These fish will provide some fun local summer sport as we have 3 different major tributaries to the Main Willamette River in close driving distance to the the Eugene-Springfield area of the southern Willamettte Valley.

ROARING FORK GUIDE SERVICE NEWSLETTER - SPRING-SUMMER 2013 -

ROARING FORK GUIDE SERVICE  NEWSLETTER  -  SPRING-SUMMER  2013 -

Spring Greetings 2013 Newsletter

John Gross - Roaring Fork Guide Service - 2013 Newsletter

Fishing Effort on Elk - Sixes has moved from Chinook to Steelhead

Fishing Effort on Elk - Sixes has moved from Chinook to Steelhead

A hard fought battle with a big Elk River Winter Steelhead results in Chrome to the Beach