Oregon Fishing Seasons


October - November - December
With the first heavy rains comes the greatest challenge of all... the mighty Fall Chinook Salmon. Enjoy drift fishing on one of Southern Oregon's finest coastal rivers and Northern California. Salmon range from 20-60 lbs. Weather can be a factor so bring your warm clothes, gloves, and rain gear. Don't forget to bring your camera and an ice chest to take your fish home.


January - February - March
Winter run Steelhead at it's finest, a sport fisherman's dream from 8-20 lbs. You will journey through the wild and rugged, to the pristine and breathtaking, as you fish from a drift boat on Southern Oregon's Rogue, Elk, Sixes, Chetco, Illinois, Coquille and Umpqua rivers and in California the Smith River.Come and enjoy a peaceful fishing trip out of a heated drift boat.


April - May - June
Hardest fighting and best eating! Probably the most coveted Salmon of all are the Spring Chinook, 15-45 lbs. People journey from all over the world to do battle on this unique fishing adventure. Covered and heated power boat deliver a memorable trip on the beautiful Rogue.We also travel South later in the spring to fish Salmon on Califonias Klamath river.


July - August - September
The early fall run Chinook Salmon, 20-50 lbs.They are bright, hard fighting fish.We start by fishing the lower Rogue . then we concentrate on most Southern Oregons estuaries for King and Silver salmon . Come and join us for a great summer fishing adventure.


Gene's Report


Welcome to the NEW 2013 


We are winding down the steelhead season and at the end of March we will solely concentrate on springer salmon on the lower Rogue River, lower Klamath River and occasionlly hit the Umpqua River.