|Umpqua River: Winter through
Summer the Umpqua river is a great fishery. The
Umpqua river starts high high in the Cascades and ends in Reedsport at the
Pacific Ocean. We fish the Umpqua for Fall Salmon, Winter
Steelhead, Smallmouth Bass and Shad.
|Coquille River And Coos River: Both of these rivers have very strong
Steelhead fisheries. The lower ends of these rivers are great for
|Columbia River: The mighty Columbia river has great fishing all year
'round. We spend a few of the peak months in pursuit
Sturgeon. Every year, people come from all around
the globe to catch gigantic Columbia river Sturgeon
and we know when the best times are for catching
these monsters. Sturgeon have white meat and are
some of the best tasting fish you may ever eat.
|Elk River and Sixes River: These two small coastal streams hold the
latest runs of Fall Salmon on the Oregon coast. Join us and
catch one of these thirty pound Salmon (many are
just laying in these small
rivers) and you'll be coming back every year for more!
|Sacramento River: The Sacramento river
was known for Salmon runs but now it is very popular
for Striped Bass. W are very familiar with this
Striped Bass fishery and we know the best months of
the year when Striped Bass are the most
|Klamath River: The Klamath river is just breaking with great
and Summer Steelhead fishing. Itís not uncommon in the Fall
to see eagles, seals and tons of black bears.
|Rogue River: The mighty Rogue river is good fishing from top to bottom.
We prefer to fish the peak seasons for Fall Salmon
and Summer Steelhead.