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As our McKenzie River Salmon Season comes to a close, we now have reports of freshly arriving Salmon in Oregon’s coastal rivers

Saying Goodbye to our 2017 McKenzie River Salmon Season. Our final September salmon journey down the McKenzie this past week proved fun and surprisingly productive.  We actually brought 3 hatchery salmon to the net on Thursday, September 7, including a double header on a last minute half-day effort.  When I got the call, I was initially pretty skeptical about our prospects given the late date and the fact that I had pretty much already packed it in for our McKenzie River Spring-Summer Chinook Season.  I guess since I was available and I had noticed a forecast for possible showers, I [...]

Gorgeous Scenery & Good Trout Fishing on the Upper McKenzie River

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Fishing Reunion This past Thursday & Friday I had the opportunity and privilege of coordinating a mini fishing reunion  on the McKenzie River for a group of former freshmen dorm mates dating back forty some odd years since college.  What a fun group!  It was so interesting to marvel at the incredibly diverse paths taken by each person leading to their current career.  Included was a surgeon, a commercial real estate executive, numerous engineers, and a corporate financial planner. Lunch near Eagle Rock  On Day One, we tried for salmon on the lower river which proved a tough nut to [...]

As the high water levels in most of our Coastal Rivers drop, Fall Chinook fishing in the free-flowing sections has improved

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  Mark & Jeff hold a couple beauties we hooked on our "high water drift" on Friday. One of the six hook-ups included a powerful beast that continued to run and hold in fast water. After a good half hour battle, we ultimately had to move down around a point to find water soft enough to bring it to net.

The Siletz River is kicking out some nice Fall Chinook

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Siuslaw Salmon Fishing

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We have begun our coastal salmon trips for Fall 2016. Trolling the Bays and the lower reaches of our coastal river is often the ticket to finding beautiful big fresh Chrome. This fortunate guest was blessed with a Chunky Siuslaw Toad on Tuesday's trip. Meanwhile, we continue to enjoy consistent success on our McKenzie River drift boat trips chasing down scrappy rainbows. Even novice fly fishers are doing well on the aggressive Rainbow Trout

March can be a Special Month for Winter Steelhead Fishing on Oregon’s Coastal Rivers

  Large Winter Steelhead are often available in the Month of March. Once in a while everything comes together with dropping river levels after a freshet and even some sunshine can all cumulate into magical March memories. Meanwhile, such rivers as the Umpqua and the Columbia are among the large systems already producing the coveted Spring Chinook salmon.  

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!

Fall Salmon Fishing is in Full Swing on Oregon’s Coastal Rivers

  It's that time of year when Fall Chinook and Coho are on the docket up and down the Oregon Coast. As the salmon stage in the estuaries in preparation for their upriver migration, it's often a trolling game. As rain arrives and river levels climb dramatically, focus often changes to the free flowing waters well upriver of the tidal influence. Suddenly the drift boat becomes the craft of choice as fishermen row their way from salmon hole to salmon hole. As fish sense proximity to their natal spawning grounds, the bite can be ferocious with unnerving urgency and focused [...]

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.

Fall Chinook Fishing is in Full Swing!

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  Recent Rains busted our Fall Chinook Fishery wide open. The great tidal fishing that has been enjoyed now for a month or two on many of our coastal estuaries, has spilled over into the free flowing rivers above the tidal influence thanks to last week's wet and wild deluge. The same rains that set precipitation records for September in many locations, pushed fall salmon into the upper rivers. As the flood waters drop and clear, fishermen have the luxery of chosing to either fish up high for fast moving migrating salmon or to continue fishing the estuaries as new [...]