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David Haight fishing
Fly fishing for summer steelhead.
—Oregon Fish and Wildlife—

Chuck's Chinook

Spring chinook fishing.
—Photo courtesy Chuck Closterman—
TJ's Father's Day Salmon
Spring chinook fishing.
—Photo courtesy Janelle Dunlevy—

Rogue River Fishing

Many opportunities for anglers exist on the Rogue River which can be fished year-round for various species.

See our Native Fishes of the Rogue River poster (pdf).

For updated fishing conditions, check our Recreation Report. Fish counts are also available for Huntley Park and historic counts at Gold Ray Dam are still available online.

Trout anglers can check the Rogue's fish stocking report, and all regulations and emergency closures.

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