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Most of our Coastal Rivers now have Winter Steelhead on Tap

Most of our Coastal Rivers now have Winter Steelhead on Tap

As we sadly say goodbye to our Fall-Winter Chinook Season, we happlily transition into our Winter Steelhead Season.

Roaring Fork Guide Service wishes you All the Best in 2015!

Exciting Fall Chinook Fishing Peaks on Numerous Systems

Exciting Fall Chinook Fishing Peaks on Numerous Systems

Ed and Cliff had quite a day recently while drifting the very scenic Siletz River. Both bait and plugs seemed to produced equally well. The intermittent downpours didn't phase the boys at all and in fact, Cliff maintained that his stylish pink rainpants somehow influenced their great success.

Don't forget the Great Trout Action on Stockers

Don't forget the Great Trout Action on Stockers

Lucky Lady displays her "Hat Trick" of 3 lb hatchery chunkers (Rainbow Trout) taken on a coastal lake.

Time to Look for Steel

Time to Look for Steel

From January through March 31 we focus on Chrome Winter Steelhead found in our major premier rivers and our precious tiny creeks alike.

Winter Steelhead Season nearing the End on Many Coastal Streams

Winter Steelhead Season nearing the End on Many Coastal Streams

We have entered the final stretch for winter steelhead fishing on many of our coastal streams. A few select rivers offer prolonged opportunity for some continued steelhead fishing beyond the general March 31st cutoff. Numerous rivers and sections of some rivers remain open to steelhead fishing year-round. The Rogue, the Umpqua, and the Siletz, the Trask, Wilson, & Nestucca all fall into this category. The Whitaker Run on the Siuslaw remains open through April 15, while the South Fork of the Coquille stays open through April 30. When river levels cooperated, so did the fish in most systems.